More than 200 new species have been discovered since last year in Greater Mekong region. My new favorite is the snub-nosed monkey that looks like Elvis.
The asexual lizard they showed was a Butterfly Agama, a species well documented for decades- don’t know why they showed it….
Is it bad I immediately thought of Michael Jackson when I saw the image at start of video?
Does the Elvis monkey also eat fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches?
Doubt it, but I bet he has a jungle room, just like ‘the king’ did.
Whats up with the accent of the reporter? She sounds like she is trying to talk like an American, but is trying hard to suppress a strong accent. Rep-tills? Americans do not say it like that.
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