KHON KAEN, Thailand A monkey in Thailand's North Eastern Khon Kaen province helps it's owner tending and herding water buffaloes with his amazing self-taught skill.
The 2 year old pig-tailed macaque was adopted from a monastery.
The owner, named Loei, said he never trained his monkey Lor, which means handsome, to herd the water buffalo.
By spending time on the buffalo back for 2 years the monkey picked up the skill by himself.
In the fields Lor also helped keeping watch of the herd while feeding.
When a buffalo breaks off from the herd, Lor would use his own technique by applying a soft bite on the buffalos back.
Lor's pay rate? Mango with sweet sticky rice.
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