Ubud Monkey Forest

 monkey forest-Ubud

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 Monkey Forest-Ubud, here are about 600 monkeys living in this area. They are divided into 5 groups: in front of the main temple, Michelin, eastern, central, and cemeteries. Each group consist of 100 –120 monkeys. The monkey forest-Ubud is one of few  location, where you can see wild monkeys such as :  at Sangeh,  Alas kedaton, Uluwatu and along the way at munduk village, which all type of monkeys in bali known as Makaka.  And Monkey forest in Ubud is the best than the other. The location is very easy to be found, just few step from Ubud palace and surrounded  by tourist activities   , at this place so many visitor.

 Mission of this forest as conservation of the area within its boundaries. The Monkey Forest has a philosophical goal of creating peace and harmony for visitors from all over the world. It also seeks to conserve rare plants and animals for use in Hindu rituals and to provide a natural laboratory for educational institutions, with a particular emphasis on research into the social interaction of the park’s monkeys with one another and their interaction with the park’s natural environment.  

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monki

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The type of primate is active during the day and rest at night. The pregnancies of female monkey are about 6 months and generally 1 infant is born. Very rarely are twin. Monkey’s baby stays with their mother for about 10 months and thereafter will be weaned to live independently.

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Place of interest nearby:

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babi

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