One of the more interesting primate that you can see in the Singapore Zoo is the Proboscis Monkey. Being an endangered species, this monkey will definitely spark the interest of any passerby because of its extremely funny looking nose. Of course, one can also try to spot this at the Bako National Park in Sarawak, but that could be very difficult because they are really shy, and you kinda need to keep really quiet while trekking to even catch a glimpse.
The Singapore Zoo allows us to view these funny looking primates up, close and personal but through a glass panel of course. And they even have two of these displays! One near the entrance and the other somewhere further in, beside the tram station.
I have visited them often enough and never had I seen the monkey get angry. This time, during a feeding session, one got angry. Or threatened I guess. Started jumping around and screamed at the people at him feed. Probably asking for a little privacy. I was busy eating KFC then but luckily got a few shots of it as it happened.
The younger monkeys meanwhile looked almost like any other monkey. You can see a slightly different nose from other monkeys but it isn’t so obvious yet. So, the next time you visit the Singapore Zoo, make sure you head there and say hello.