Florida's wild monkeys received a considerable amount of bad press when the New York Post recently reported that the majority of those captured proved to be infected with the herpes B virus.
The state's colony of Rhesus monkeys began back in the 1930s when they were transported to Silver River State Park near Ocala after the movie “Tarzan” inspired fascination with the primates.
And the threat of a herpes infection hasn't abated visitors' interest in the lovable monkeys.
Just check the below video shot by Hidden Florida, in which two adorable monkeys ham it up for the camera. Their cameo starts at minute 2:44.