Monkeys in India keep social distance (VIDEO)

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US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The way monkeys behave in India is a great example for every person.

Back in April, a photo was posted on social networks in which macaques observe social distance and expect when a person will nevertheless give them a tasty treat. The photograph spread very quickly on the Internet. At the same time, the Minister of Youth Affairs of India, Kiren Rigiju, played an important role in popularizing the image.

Even wild animals understand how dangerous the time is now and supposedly feel that it is better to be at a certain distance, not only from each other, but also from people, because it can end in being in close proximity.

The picture, which turned incredibly quickly into a viral one, was taken from a video that had previously been posted on YouTube. The authors of this video talked about the fact that such an interesting situation was filmed in the territory of the National Park Nameri. At the same time, a wildlife admirer named Surava Barkotoki treated the monkeys to watermelons.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic in India, quarantine was introduced on March 25. As of yesterday, almost two hundred thousand cases of infection with a dangerous virus were recorded in the country. More than five and a half thousand people have died during all this time.

Only Italy, England, Russia, Spain and the USA were ahead of India in the number of infected, where the number of patients is much greater. In other countries, the situation is not so terrible.


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