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10 viewsBYSTANDERS. A group of monkeys waits for a chance to enter a store in barangay New Israel, Makilala, Cotabato on Saturday (9 November 2019). Houses in the village have screen and other barriers to prevent the monkeys from entering and ransacking their homes for food. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLIDONov 10, 2019
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3 viewsSENTRY. Amid the influx of volunteer workers and relief goods, monkey appears to be scouring the surroundings in barangay New Israel, Makilala, Cotabato on Saturday (9 November 2019). The village is among places that suffered in the recent series of earthquakes, the strongest at magnitude 6.6, that hit many parts of Mindanao, particularly in Davao del Sur and Cotabato provinces. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLIDONov 10, 2019
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5 viewsCARING GRANNIE. Eutiquia Medel, 83, said they have to look after themselves and care for the monkeys in her quake-stricken village in New Israel, Makilala Cotabato, on Saturday (9 November 2019). She said this was taught to them by their leader, whom they call Papa Guibernas, who established in that village the Moncadista religious group in 1935. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLIDONov 10, 2019
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5 viewsUNSAFE. Around 90 percent of the houses in barangay New Israel, Makilala, Cotabato, sustained damages and rendered unsafe to live in when this photo was taken Saturday (9 November 2019). The mountain village, home to 600 families of the religious group Moncadista and around 300 monkeys, is among places that suffered in the recent series of earthquakes, the strongest at magnitude 6.6, that hit many parts of Mindanao. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLIDONov 10, 2019
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4 viewsSIXTH GENERATION. A monkey roams with her young in New Israel, Makilala, Cotabato, on Saturday (9 November 2019). Now led by a fifth generation leader, a group of about 60 monkeys have established themselves in the barangay center, while the two other groups that used to live with the community, but whose leaders were dethroned, left for the wooded areas surrounding the community. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLIDONov 10, 2019
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2 viewsNURSING. A monkey nurses her young at an attic of a house damaged by the series of
earthquakes that struck many parts of Mindanao. Every November 8, residents of barangay New Israel in Makilala, Cotabato hold the “Amo Festival” (“amo” is Cebuano for monkey) to mark the birthday of Maximino Guibernas, founder of the Moncadista religious group that established the community in the area. MindaNews Photo by ROMMEL G. REBOLLID
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5 viewsRaymond “Totong” Dingcong says he can sleep at daytime but not at night. Dingcong was buried neck-deep during a quake-induced landslide in Barangay Bato, Makilala, North Cotabato on 29 October 2019. MindaNews photo by CAROLYN O. ARGUILLASNov 07, 2019
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5 viewsRaymond “Totong” Dingcong, 26, was buried neck-deep during a landslide that followed the Magnitude 6.6 quake in Barangay Bato, Makilala, North Cotabato on 29 October 2019. Presence of mind helped him survive. MINDANEWS PHOTONov 07, 2019
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7 viewsEvacuees from remote areas in Barangays Luayon and Batasan in Makilala, North Cotabato, who left their homes after the magnitude 6.5 earthquake on Oct. 31, still find time to play basketball at the Makilala Central Elementary School in the Poblacion area on Tuesday (5 November 2019). MindaNews photo by GG BUENONov 06, 2019
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6 viewsEvacuees from remote areas in Barangays Luayon and Batasan in Makilala, North Cotabato, who left their homes after the magnitude 6.5 earthquake on Oct. 31, still find time to play basketball at the Makilala Central Elementary School in the Poblacion area on Tuesday (5 November 2019). MindaNews photo by GG BUENONov 06, 2019
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9 viewsA lady sells anthurium and other flowers in Barangay Malasila, Makilala in North Cotabato on Thurday (31 October 2019), eve of All Saints’ Day, when Filipinos flock to the cemetery to pay respects to the dead. MindaNews photo by GG BUENOOct 31, 2019
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13 viewsPatients at a private hospital in Koronadal City, South Cotabato were brought out of the building following the magnitude 6.6 quake that rocked North Cotabato and neighboring areas Tuesday. morning (29 October 2019). MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTOOct 29, 2019
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