I visited Gibraltar and hung out with monkeys.
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This dispatch is from Gibraltar, a British enclave on the southern coast of Spain. Gibraltar is home to Europe’s only population of wild monkeys, the Barbary Macaques. They’ve lived on the island for hundreds of years, and have become part of its history, but nobody knows how they got there. Their origin is shrouded in legend.
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Gibraltar Story Sources: https://web.archive.org/web/20090831095518/http://globaltwitcher.auderis.se/artspec_information.asp?thingid=31757