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    • Peder Sande

      conflictingheart: baby japanese macaques, also known as snow monkeys, in the joshinetsu kogen national park. located in the valley of the y...

    • Kristi Siegroth Fisher

      Japanese Snow Monkey. Poor baby get him a warm blanket. I'll hold u cute baby monkey and keep you warm..

    • Louise Ashley

      A Japanese snow monkey enjoying the famous hot springs at Jigokudani in Nagano. Can't you just see him saying "oh man this feels so good".

    • Sunshine Flagg

      Ben Torode / Rex Features The juvenile Japanese snow monkey was photographed enjoying the famous hot springs at Jigokudani monkey park in Nagano.

    • Caroline Foster

      Ben Torode / Rex Features If this young monkey's reaction to slipping into a warm bath is anything to go by, these primates really are like humans. The juvenile Japanese snow monkey was photographed enjoying the famous hot springs at Jigokudani monkey park in Nagano.

    • AZA Animals

      The juvenile Japanese snow monkey was photographed enjoying the famous hot springs at Jigokudani monkey park in Nagano. Ben Torode / Rex Features

    • Alicia G

      First Winter II by Ben Torode, via 500px -- Japanese Snow Monkey slipping into a hot spring.

    • Ruth Moore

      Japanese monkey in hot springs

    • Kon Kim

      snowmonkey

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