It is September which means another blog about this month’s monkeys!
The monkey below was kept on watching the exit of the Jigokudani Monkey Park, and tried to sneak his way into the room. He didn’t make it in at the end, but he sure was patiently looking for a chance to get in.
The monkey below was lounging on the rocks, looking at visitors taking photos and strolling past. The weather has become a little colder, more autumn-like. This means the monkeys are no longer bound to shadowy places as proven by this monkey and his family.
A couple of meters to the left from that monkey group was another family. This baby was a little shy, ducking into his moms shoulder whenever another monkey or person came close.
Here is another family, with two moms and two babies. Even though the babies are similar in age, their characters are completely different. The baby on the left was adventurous, climbing the rocks and straying from his/her caretaker. The other one just kept on suckling for milk, not letting go of mom for one second.
Come to the Snow Monkey area so you can see these monkeys with you own eyes!
If you want learn more about the monkeys and the area, get taken to the area by a guide. Learn more about that here!