|Monkey eating macaroni|
(Scroll down for video) Macaroni is not just for children anymore as a cute little monkey was seen on video feasting on the noddle, according to video uploaded to the internet.
The lovely video posted online has shown one of the world's smallest monkeys eating macaroni.
The 39-second video shows the creature getting into the piece of dough, which looks larger than usual in its small hands.
The monkey is a pygmy marmoset, which is the smallest of its kind in the world, and measures just five to six inches tall.
It is not known where the video was recorded, as these types of monkeys are usually only found in the wild.
“This is the cutest little thing I ever saw. I will definitely buy such an animal as a pet. Who can resist this creature?” Kim Price, 40, of Worcester, Massachusetts told YourJewishNews.com after watching the monkey video.
The video has attracted more than 50,000 views on YouTube at the time of this publication.
This is not the only video showing a monkey feasting on homemade food. As we reported earlier, a man was extremely dissatisfied after an army of wild baboons invaded his home when he was outside, according to video uploaded to the internet.
The video also confirmed something we have long suspected, that baboons are horrible house guests.
Howard James Fyvie and some friends saw a group of baboons climbing into a house located in Betty's Bay, South Africa, whose occupants were not home. the house was locked all around except for one second floor window, which remained open.
According to the video description on YouTube, the men called police and the owner of the house, and then climbed up on their own to try to help the homeowner get rid of the baboons. They climbed a staircase and found that the wild animals made one giant mess in the home.
Baboons, as you can see in the video, were everywhere, in the kitchen, where they raided the refrigerator, in the bathroom, on the furniture and everywhere else. They also destroyed several times, defecated in several places, and were enjoying themselves everywhere. Fyvie and several of his friends expelled the baboons from the house.
“Baboons are very cute animals, but when they destroy your home or property it is not a pretty scene. Also, this group of men shouldn't have done this on their own as they could have been attacked by the animals. If this happened to me I would have just called animal control and let them take care of the problem,” Derick Corey, 46, of Madison, Wisconsin told YourJewishNews.com after watching the video.
In an interview, Fyvie said that when he returned to his apartment and told his roommate of the misfortune, his roommate told him that he was stupid, because "a baboon is as strong as seven adult men.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view