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August 17, 2022
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Monkey put down but hunt still on after attacks in Japanese city

Male identified as one of a group of monkeys that have wounded 49 people and counting in Yamaguchi

Hunters on the trail of a group of monkeys that have attacked and wounded nearly 50 people in western Japan have caught and killed one of them.

Officials in Yamaguchi city have been trying for weeks to track down the group, who have made national headlines by assaulting residents, leaving mostly mild scratches and bites.

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