Those of us struggling to keep warm during the recent snowy spell might find ourselves turning to cosy blankets and hot cups of tea - and we're not alone.
These chimps, who would usually be basking in the heat of the rainforests in the wild, are adopting the same measures as us to combat the cold.
But staff at the Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary in Swansea say in reality the chimps are coping just fine - and joked that one or two like Nakima, pictured above, are prone to 'milking it'.
Kevin Ashford braved the 'brass monkeys' weather to meet the primates.
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