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Baby Monkeys Orphaned by Uninsulated Power Lines Are Tragic, Adorable

While traveling in Costa Rica, filmmaker Todd Bieber did not find himself grappling with danger. Instead, he found himself utterly taken by the residents of a monkey sanctuary. Though extremely cute, many of these monkeys were either orphaned or injured on the country’s numerous uninsulated power lines. But the tireless workers at the Nosara Wildlife Rescue have made it their mission to rehabilitate their guests, and help keep more monkeys from dying.

It’s a bit of a tear-jerker, but Bieber’s short documentary about his trip and the Nosara rescue is well worth your time.

(via Laughing Squid)

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