Pianist plays concert for hundreds of monkeys in Thailand

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British pianist Paul Barton played for hundreds of macaques in central Thailand’s Lopburi, a province famous for its marauding monkeys. A long-time Thai resident, Barton has performed for elephants at sanctuaries for over a decade and hopes his music can calm the monkeys too. Support us: https://subscribe.scmp.com

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