Wildlife campaigners have condemned the Malaysian government for using "inhumane" methods in culling almost 100,000 macaque monkeys last year.
Animal rights groups are angry about the Malaysian government's cull of macaque monkeys. Figures show that almost 100,000 monkeys were killed in the cull last year. (Patipat Janthong)
Animal rights group ROAR claimed animals are being trapped in cages, as many as 12 at a time, before being shot. The group said it also has evidence of macaques being shot as they sit in trees.
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