Monkey Uses Dried Up Leaves To Save Water After Quenching Thirst

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A video of a monkey using nearby dried up leaves to block a pipe after it quenched its thirst in an attempt to save water has gone viral on social media

Written By Manogya Singh | Mumbai | Updated On:
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An obedient monkey has recently compelled people around the world to think about a question, "who is the real animal?" Save water, and don’t waste our resources, is a quote used quite often by people around us, but only a few follow it in their daily lives.  

Who is the real animal?  

A twitter user, Niharika Singh Panjeta recently shared a video on her Twitter handle in which a monkey can be seen drinking water from an open pipe and then tries tightly closing it with dried leaves kept nearby, soon after it quenches its thirst.  A simple video with a great message, in the video the monkey can be seen acting responsibly and also reminded us of our own. 

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Twitter reacts

Soon after the video was shared, it went viral in just a matter of seconds, with other twitter users showering thousands of likes and resharing it. The video has collected a lot of comments praising the monkey with more than 3.2k views. The video of a monkey has been making rounds on the internet for all the right reasons.  

 

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