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Makaki zagrażają zwiedzającym park na Florydzie (9)

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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -A rhesus macaque monkey walks on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -A young rhesus macaque monkey sits on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -Two rhesus macaque monkeys interact on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -A rhesus macaque monkey sits on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -Two rhesus macaque monkeys walk on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -A young rhesus macaque monkey is groomed by an adult monkey on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -Two rhesus macaque monkeys interact on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -Two rhesus macaque monkeys walk on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)
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February 11, 2019 - Silver Springs, Florida, United States -An adult rhesus macaque monkey grooms another monkey on a tree along the Silver River in Silver Springs State Park on February 11, 2019 in Silver Springs, Florida. The park is home to at least 300 of the primates, which are native to Asia and are descendants of a small group of animals that escaped into the forest after being brought to the area in the 1930s and 1940s as a tourist attraction. State wildlife officials have been tasked with devising a plan to manage the wild monkeys after a 2018 study estimated that their population will double by 2022 if left unchecked, posing a potential health risk to park visitors, since as many as 30 percent of the monkeys carry herpes B, a rare virus that can be deadly to humans. (Paul Hennessy/Polaris)

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