Monkey Car Accident Polish Notebook with Funny Monkey Perfect for Poles.: (Janusz Nosacz) Proboscis Monkey Journal Useful at School, Home & Office. (Funny Monkey Notebooks (Janusz Nosacz))

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Monkey Car Accident Polish Notebook with Funny Monkey Perfect for Poles.: (Janusz Nosacz) Proboscis Monkey Journal Useful at School, Home & Office. (Funny Monkey Notebooks (Janusz Nosacz))

Monkey Car Accident Polish Notebook with Funny Monkey Perfect for Poles.: (Janusz Nosacz) Proboscis Monkey Journal Useful at School, Home & Office. (Funny Monkey Notebooks (Janusz Nosacz))

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The current threat to the Earth’s biodiversity is no laughing matter, but it may be that raising a smile might help some vulnerable species dogged by unfortunate looks or dark reputations. Matsuda, I.; Murai, T.; Clauss, M.; Yamada, T.; Tuuga, A.; Bernard, H.; Higashi, S. (2011). "Regurgitation and remastication in the foregut-fermenting proboscis monkey ( Nasalis larvatus)". Biology Letters. 7 (5): 786–789. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2011.0197. PMC 3169055. PMID 21450728. How do you know when you have crossed Germany and arrived in Poland? You can see toilet paper sheets drying on the clothes lines. The origins of this adage can be found in an ancient Buddhist parable that recounts a teacher telling three student monkeys not to see, hear, or speak evil. Try as they might, the monkies fail to follow the strict advice. The moral of the tale is to make people aware of their surroundings and to refrain from turning a blind eye to bad things.

But did you know that Polish is loaded with even more insightful (and often humorous) proverbs you may never have heard before?The Gelada monkey is the only primate that is known to graze on grasses, like a cow. They have a special stomach that allows them to process the grass better than other species of primates. As this list of monkey facts is progressing, we are getting to know monkeys like never before. Aye aye numbers have been in sharp decline since the 1980s, thanks to hunting, deforestation of their habitat for construction and culturally driven persecution due to their “evil” reputation. Someone in distress/someone who knows they have already lost makes increasingly wild and impulsive, or just plain useless decisions as he desperately clings to hope. Someone clinging to bad ideas amidst a very bad situation. For instance, this can happen in the context of a debate when one person is losing the argument so they start throwing out all kinds of stupid things and probably insulting their contender because of their suffering ego and pride. A similar but less violent English saying is 'Clutching at straws'.

If you plan on owning a pet in Poland, knowing the right vocabulary is essential. Do you already have animals and are thinking about transporting them to Poland? It’s understandable that you don’t want to leave your pet behind, but remember that there are several rules you’ll need to follow along the way! Whether you’re moving to Poland for work, love, or some other reason, make sure to plan your relocation in advance; some processes may take longer than expected. Despite the conflicting details about its origin, this saying has become very common in modern discourse. It has even inspired literary works, including books. For instance, there’s a book titled “Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys” authored by Lancce Gibbs, the founder and executive chairman of BP3. a b Yeager C. P. (1989). "Feeding ecology of the proboscis monkey ( Nasalis larvatus)". International Journal of Primatology. 10 (6): 497–530. doi: 10.1007/BF02739363. S2CID 23442969. The proboscis monkey is assessed as endangered in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species and listed in Appendix I of CITES. Its total population has decreased by more than 50% in the past 36–40 years to 2008 due to ongoing habitat loss because of logging and oil palm plantations, and hunting in some areas due to the species being treated as a delicacy, as well as its use in traditional Chinese medicine. [14] The population is fragmented: the largest remaining populations are found in Kalimantan; there are far fewer in Sarawak, Brunei and Sabah. [2] The proboscis monkey is protected by law in all regions of Borneo. In Malaysia, it is protected by a number of laws including the Wildlife Protection Act (federal law), the Wildlife Protection Ordinance 1998 (Chapter 26) and Wildlife Conservation Enactment 1997 (Sabah state law).

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