Cold's snow trouble for these monkeys

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Japanese macaque, commonly referred to as "snow monkeys", take an open-air hot spring bath, or "onsen" at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park in the town of Yamanouchi, Nagano prefecture. Some 160 of the monkeys inhabit the area and are a popular tourist draw.

Japanese macaque, commonly referred to as "snow monkeys", take an open-air hot spring bath, or "onsen" at the Jigokudani (Hell's Valley) Monkey Park in the town of Yamanouchi, Nagano prefecture. Some 160 of the monkeys inhabit the area and are a popular tourist draw. Photo: AFP

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