Himachal Pradesh plans to fire ultrasonic shots to fight monkey menace

SHIMLA- Faced with troops of marauding monkeys that have been stealing food and menacing the streets of popular resorts and nearby areas, Himachal Pradesh’s wildlife wing is planning to ‘fire’ ultrasonic waves to keep the simians at bay. the wildlife wing plans to install a machine on the Mall Road, the famous promenade that was developed when this hill town was the summer capital of British India. one machine will be installed for 15 days. If the results are good, we can fix more machines at various locations. before installing the machine, they was taking opinions of health experts regarding any harmful effects of ultrasonic waves on humans. corporation has already identified the place, but the wildlife wing was deliberately delaying permission for installing the machine. ~ IANS

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