There are two main feeding ares where the macaques gather , and there are hourly feeding talks at alternate areas , so you're pretty much guaranteed to catch at least one of them. The beauty is you can go in and out as often as you like.
There were babies there , which was lovely to see . They are so cute and playful .
Most of the macaques are just know by their ID number which they have tattooed on their inner thighs , but some have been given nicknames by the staff. My daughter asked one of the staff members about their names ,so we got to know a couple. This one is George , and he's one of the older ones.
And this one is Snow White , she definitely was the palest one there .
We had a great time , and I would recommend it to anyone with an interest in wildlife.
You may have gathered that I kind of like monkeys and apes ,so here's a picture of another one of my stitches
I bought this kit on a day trip to York quite a few years ago. The office my husband worked from used to have annual days out , and I went with him a couple of times. I love sunsets too , so this just caught my eye. It was fairly quick stitch as it's mainly colour blocks , though I tweaked it a little bit to suit my eye.
Thanks for visiting .