In Thailand, coconuts are harvested by trained monkeys
ในเมืองไทยมะพร้าวถูกเก็บเกี่ยวโดยลิงที่ถูกเทรนมาอย่างดี

In Thailand, coconuts are harvested by trained monkeys – philstar.com, October 2, 2011
…According to a coconut farmer we had talked with, one monkey can harvest 500 to 800 coconuts a day, while a human, he said, can harvest only about 100…
[There was a time, not long ago, when stories about monkeys and elephants were about the only news one was likely to see about Thailand in the international press.]

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ในเมืองไทยมะพร้าวถูกเก็บเกี่ยวโดยลิงที่ถูกเทรนมาอย่างดี

  1. Wiz says:

    Modetails about Coconut Havest in Thailand can be read in Sarakadee Magazine No. 319 (September 2011) which I have read that the coconut havest in Mae Klong will be havest by climbing on bamboo ladders and transported along canal networks.
    http://www.sarakadee.com/2011/09/20/319issue/

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