Two Monkeys Become Train Station Masters

Two baby monkeys named Nehime and Rakan were appointed station masters at a train station in Hyoto prefecture, Japan:

The monkeys, aged seven months and three months, were dressed in blue uniforms made from traditional local fabrics complete with mini hats before being formally appointed station masters and "special city residents" by the local mayor.[...]

It is not the first time in Japan that animals have found themselves at the helm of a railway station: Tama, the tortoiseshell cat, is famous in Japan as a longstanding station master of Kishi station in Wakayama prefecture.


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via The Presurfer | Photo: Kyodo

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