This combo of pictures show Sister Beatrice Mauger during an interview in 2018 and an undated picture of the runaway monkey. The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari, Photo courtesy of Beatrice Mauger
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The monkey, named Tachtouch, escaped from Mauger's home in Bint Jbeil just over a week ago and is now believed to be cavorting around northern Israel.The French nun, who resides in the Bint Jbeil town of Qouzah, told The Daily Star Wednesday that the monkey, originally from Kenya, had previously been living with a family in the southern port town of Tyre. However, the monkey escaped from his Tyre home around three weeks ago. The monkey was next spotted by a neighbor in the nearby town of Aita Shaab, swinging from the balcony, but he was too fast to be caught.
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