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Wardens stop woman with monkey from entering Polish national park

10.08.2020 14:24
A woman has been stopped by wardens as she was trying to enter the Tatra National Park in southern Poland carrying a capuchin monkey.
Photo by Arek Socha from Pixabay
Photo by Arek Socha from Pixabay Pixabay licence

An official said that bringing animals into Poland’s national parks is forbidden, adding that non-native creatures could be harmful to local wildlife.

He said there have been instances of tourists trying to bring dogs, cats and even snakes into the mountains.

Penalties for breaching the rules can reach PLN 500 (USD 133, EUR 114).

Capuchin monkeys, which are popularly known as “organ grinder monkeys,” are sometimes kept as exotic pets.  

(mk/pk)