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Apes Den, Gibraltar

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  • It is a unique experience to see the monkeys in freedom from so close. If you have bags, there is a risk that you will jump on you, but don't hurt (or at least not me). Lend themselves easily to selfie)
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  • Tourists are now no longer permitted vehicles. Access by car only with taxi or minibus, for which seems to be wider the road. Been pretty shameless for the taxi driver.
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  • Macaques from the rock of Gibraltar are adorable, but at a distance. When you jump on the human need to keep calm and not to panic. Not be fatten, land on which they live is a nature reserve. I warn that there are cameras and you can suffer the consequences for the bird feeder małpek. Feeding of monkeys is punishable by a fine of 500 pounds, but is ignored by the tourists who congregate in areas around the APE's hideout and the Queen's Gates, where very friendly with a man herd (one of five in Gibraltar). I just found out that almost half of the population of Gibraltar's famous magotów threatens to exile in North Africa. Have become too dangerous for people. Attacks on pedestrians and demanding food. Despite the fact that you are not really hungry. Receive daily fresh water, vegetables, fruits and grains, as a supplement to their natural diet in the form of leaf, olive, rhizomes, roots and flowers. They are also under constant medical care. So please, do not feed them. Overall assessment of the trips include; an unforgettable experience and interesting photos.
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