The monkeys are trained to respond to "precise whistle commands" from their handlers and can destroy six to eight birds nests an hour, reports the Washington Post. Migrating birds have long threatened the base's jets, since they frequently get sucked into their engines. Chinese media didn't reveal the base the monkeys are being used at, but described it as being in the Beijing military zone.Rise of the Bird Watchers?
Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Apparently, it's so easy-well, you know the rest:
at May 06, 2014
He's mad as hell, and he's not gonna take this anymore:
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