A video has been doing rounds on the internet in which one can see a cheeky monkey putting his hands down a woman’s top as she strikes a pose for a video. The video has been shot in a forest in Bali. The best part about the video is that her husband looks on.
The woman was striking a pose by sitting cross-legged on the ground. The incident took place at the Sacred Monkey Forest. The woman had nothing to offer to the monkey yet he managed to climb up on her shoulder in a fraction of seconds. And in a fraction of seconds, the monkeys poked his hands into her top.
The woman’s husband can be heard saying behind the camera, “Hey! Hey! That’s my wife!”
The women shared the incident online, and wrote,
Most people had bananas or other pieces of fruit to encourage the monkeys to come to them but I didn’t have anything to lure them.They were simply attracted to me naturally.The monkey groped my breast and tried to breastfeed after sitting on my shoulder and playing with my hair. It was hilarious.
This week, it was uncovered a group of specialists from the Chinese Academy of Science had cloned a monkey. The monkeys, which are two indistinguishable from quite a while ago, followed macaques called Zhong and Hua, were conceived eight and a month and a half back at a Chinese research facility.
They have precisely the same DNA and are indistinguishable inside and out.79 endeavors were made before the group discovered accomplishment with these two monkeys. Researcher Qiang Sun, Director of the Nonhuman Primate Research Facility at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Neuroscience, drove the group delivering the examination, which was distributed in the diary Cell.
He said: You can produce cloned monkeys with the same genetic background except for the gene you manipulated. This will generate real models not just for genetically based brain diseases, but also cancer, immune or metabolic disorders and allow us to test the efficacy of the drugs for these conditions before clinical use.We tried several different methods, but only one worked. There was much failure before we found a way to successfully clone a monkey.