Just sharing some interesting trivia about the Snow Monkeys! “The Jigokudani Mo…


Just sharing some interesting trivia about the Snow Monkeys The - Just sharing some interesting trivia about the Snow Monkeys!  "The Jigokudani Mo...

Just sharing some interesting trivia about the Snow Monkeys! ❄️??❄️ “The Jigokudani Monkey Park offers visitors the unique experience of seeing wild monkeys bathing in a natural hot spring. The park is inhabited by Japanese Macaques, which are also known as Snow Monkeys. It is located in the monkey’s natural habitat, in the forests of the Jigokudani valley in Yamanouchi, not far from the onsen towns of Shibu and Yudanaka.

The park has one man-made pool around which the monkeys gather, located a few minutes’ walk from the park entrance. Visitors will likely already encounter monkeys along the path to the pool. The monkeys live in large social groups, and it can be quite entertaining to watch their interactions. Accustomed to humans, the monkeys can be observed from very close and almost completely ignore their human guests. Naturally, it is prohibited to touch or feed the monkeys.” – JapanGuide.com
Photo by @geodudette ??? Have you visited this park before when you were in Japan for winter? If yes, how was your experience? ❤️

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