Watch heartbreaking video of Langur trying to wake his Feeder during funeral
Despite the animal's inability to communicate verbally but by expressing his own sorrow and grief in a way that touched everyone.
Attempting to awaken the feeder during the burial because it couldn't accept the loss of the person who fed it, a langur was captured on camera. On social media, the heartbreaking footage of the occurrence that was reported from Sri Lanka has since gone viral. Despite the animal's inability to communicate verbally but by expressing his own sorrow and grief in a way that touched everyone.
A user going by the name of Subodh Kumar posted the incident's footage on the microblogging service Twitter. When Subodh posted the video of the langur attempting to wake its feeder, he wrote: "Gray Langur refuses to accept his feeder's death, attempts to wake him up. Sri Lanka A moving clip of a monkey attempting to wake a dying man has gone viral. Peethambaram Rajan, 56, a native of Batticoloa, passed away on October 17.
The langur is seen sitting next to the body of its feeder Peethambaran in the incident footage. The grey langur nudges the body in an effort to wake him up, still unaware that the man who fed him has passed away. The man can be seen being pulled up by the langur's hands in the sorrowful video of the occurrence.
Videos depicting animals expressing empathy, love, devotion, and loss in their own unique ways are abundant on the internet. Some people often believe that animals express themselves more honestly and without bias.
#WATCH | Gray Langur refuses to accept his feeder’s death, tries to wake him up.— Subodh Kumar (@kumarsubodh_) October 19, 2022
Srilanka - A heartbreaking video of a monkey attempting to wake a dead man has turned viral.
56 year old Peethambaram Rajan, a resident of Batticoloa died on 17th October after feeling unwell. ???? pic.twitter.com/GKjuR04vom
According to sources, Batticaloa, Sri Lankan resident Pitambaram Rajan, 56, passed away lately following a protracted illness. According to neighbours who attended the man's funeral, Pitambaram used to feed the one specific langur who attended his funeral. The langur was fed by Pitambaram every day, according to the locals, and the two developed a bond.
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