Watch Hardworking Monkey Clean Owner’s Car!
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A hardworking Capuchin monkey was caught on camera patiently scrubbing owner’s car with a tissue.
While the so-called helper monkeys have been forming bonds with humans for quite a while, this little Capuchin takes the idea of monkeys assisting people to a whole new level.
In the recording, the owner of the 10-year-old monkey named Sasha is seen supervising the Capuchin who is using baby wipes to clean up the dashboard and the screen of the car radio.
Not only does Sasha do a great job at cleaning the vehicle but she also looks incredibly adorable to watch while doing so.
Capuchin monkeys, also known as ‘organ grinders,’ originate in Central and South America and are commonly used in movies, television shows, and various performances due to their quick learning abilities.
While the little primates are often kept as exotic pets, they are also known to be a huge burden in certain places due to their troublesome nature prompting them to raid fields and wreck crops.
On the other hand, destruction of their natural habitat, hunting, and pet trade have caused Capuchin monkeys to become nearly extinct in certain regions.
Capuchin monkeys are very intelligent and extremely skilled. They can not only use tools but also know how to do a variety of things such as cracking shells.
These tiny primates are omnivores, meaning that they eat both animals and plants. Besides fruits and flowers, they also eat insects, birds, and even smaller mammals.
Capuchin monkeys make special sound warnings to alert other monkeys nearby of imminent danger.
In addition, these monkeys live in packs of 10 to 20 animals. The leader of the group is responsible for protecting all members from other monkeys as well as the predators. In return, however, he always eats first and is the only male monkey in his group who gets to mate.
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