Feeding a likely factor in drawing monkeys to Clementi, Punggol estates: NParks

In Punggol East, macaques have been spotted near Block 656C. PHOTO: STEVEN CHEE
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SINGAPORE - The Punggol and Clementi housing estates saw some surprise visitors recently - troops of monkeys, running around in the two neighbourhoods and even entering some flats.

Dr Adrian Loo, group director of wildlife management at the National Parks Board (NParks), said its officers will be working to guide these long-tailed macaques away and to keep them away.

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