Photo of the Day: A Baby Monkey at Bangkok's Tranvestite Cabaret

A tiny guest at the annual Tiffany's show

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Kan, a Thai transvestite performer, is pictured with her two-month-old pet monkey, Julian.

The duo were photographed backstage at the Tiffany's Show, a world-renowned transvestite cabaret located near Bangkok. The first Tiffany's Show was performed in 1974, and at the time, was a one-woman show, performed for a discrete group of friends.

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