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好幸福,日本猴子冬日享受露天温泉

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小编摘要:看它们享受的样子好像人类哦。

导读:看着这群小家伙泡温泉的样子是不是很可爱?摄影师Ben Torode在位于长野的地狱谷野猿公园拍下了下图中好玩的画面。一起看看新闻是怎么说的吧!

This little fellow looked a bit down in the dumps shivering in freezing cold weather in the mountains of Japan.

But these stunning photos captured the moment when it quickly changed to an expression of delight after he jumped in to a hot natural spring to warm up.

And 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.

Photographer Ben Torode captured these intimate scenes of grooming and social interaction among the group of Japanese macaques - who are drawn to the welcoming waterhole to warm up during the winter.

The group descend from the steep cliffs and forest to sit in the warm waters of the onsen - hotsprings - before returning to the security of the forests in the evenings.

Ben, 35, from Adelaide, who took up photography after relocating to Tokyo, said: 'It seemed the little monkey was just starting to enjoy some time away from its mother, but would often run out of the bath to check where she was.

'Although in the images it looks like it is in pure heaven as it slips into the bath, its true joy is the seed it has hidden in its mouth.

'My favourite images would have to be the ones that show intense preening because it reveals how many traits these monkeys share with humans.

'Their hands are extremely delicate and dextrous, they are very social and they are capable of intense concentration. In fact, Japanese macaques spend 27.9 per cent of their waking hours engaged in social grooming, as opposed to just 23.5 per cent feeding.

'While you photograph these monkeys, you are not supposed to stare at them too long with your naked eyes because they take it as a sign of aggression, but they don't mind lenses.

'The young ones, however, are much more inquisitive about everything, including the humans.'

Jigokudani is located in a mountainous area in central Japan and at 850 meters in elevation, it is a harsh environment where snow covers the ground for one-third of the year.

It is named Jigokudani, Hell's Valley, due to the eerie spectacle of boiling water and steam rising from the steep cliffs.

 

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