A once-obese primate is about to be released back into the wilderness — even if he’s still a chunky monkey. The beast, named “Uncle Fatty,” has been on a three-month-long diet, shrinking his girth from 59.5 pounds to 54.5 pounds – so an 8.4-percent weight loss, zookeepers in Bangkok said. “His tummy no longer drags on...
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