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APhoto Of The Day -- 1.30.12

Jim Clark kisses one of his four Capuchin monkeys inside their RV at an undisclosed location near the Louisiana Border in Texas. Even in their Texas hideout, Jim and Donita Clark are terrified that wildlife agents from their home state of Louisiana will descend on their motorhome and seize the four Capuchin monkeys they've reared for 10 years. You write the cutline. (AP photo: Gerald Herbert)

Top Cutlines

  • 1. Jim, a Tarzan fan, never could have imagined that he and Donita would fall into such poverty living in their RV, but their monkey never doubted it, remembering what his wise mother once told him: ‘Cheetah’s never prosper’ -- JohnA.
  • 2. Bobo knew she shouldn’t date outside her species — and that life with Jim and their future family would be tough. But she couldn’t protect her heart whenever Jim looked at her that way — and puckered up -- DFO.
  • 3. Jim, not able to find any frogs, decided that perhaps there were other ways of finding a princess -- Herb Huseland.
  • HM: Misjustice.



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