Reform school for monkeys

07/27/2009 | BBC

Indian authorities in Punjab need to protect their citizens from roving bands of violent, larcenous monkeys, so they're building a school. The facility will take in the most delinquent of the area's 65,000 wild macaques and attempt to rehabilitate them. "We have proposed a composite facility where scientific methods will be employed to change and alter the social habits of the monkeys," said one official.

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