National Parks: are you aware of this monkey business?
The monkeys are coming!
I’m not joking. The monkeys are coming, or more precisely, they’ve already come to the Malcolm Road, Mt Rosie Road and Goldhill Ave areas.
There’s no doubt in my mind that these marauding monkeys have come from the Bukit Timah forest reserve, driven perhaps by a scarcity of food in the forest.
These monkeys could soon prove to be a nuisance -rummaging in litter bins, attacking little kids, spreading diseases, damaging properties and making their way into homes to forage for food.
In short, they will become a pest.
If nothing is done by National Parks, the primates in these residential areas could increase.
Is National Parks aware of this monkey nuisance? NP should be more proactive in curbing the menace before it spirals out of control.
It’s good to preserve the biodiversity of the forest reserve but too much of something can be annoying.
The residents are not amused.
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