Indian nomad baths his monkey on the water sprinkler of a roadside garden as temperature started rising on the end of march itself in Chennai
epa02652171 An Indian nomad baths his dancing monkey on the water sprinkler of a roadside garden as temperatures started rising towards the end of March, Chennai, India, 25 March 2011. A very popular form of animal entertainment in India is the monkey dance, famously known as Bandar aur madari ka Khel (tricks). PETA India claims that monkeys are trained to ‘dance’ through beatings and food deprivation. Making the mammal stand on hind limbs, jump and show tricks is a violation of the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. EPA/NATHAN G.
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