Impressive moment that a thirsty monkey drinks water from a tap

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Impressive moment a thirsty monkey drinks water from a tap – and switches it off when it's done

  • A monkey has been spotted using a drinking tap to quench its thirst
  • After drinking, the monkey even turned off the tap to save water
  • The moment was captured at a train station in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India

Fascinating images have been made of a monkey who correctly uses an outside tap to drink water in northern India.

The thirsty primate was seen drawing fresh water before turning off the tap after quenching the thirst.

The incident was filmed on July 30 near a train station in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

It is believed that the crane was still running when the little animal approached him.

The video shows the monkey who climbed a small ledge to reach the water source.

After checking whether the coast was safe, the monkey pulled a number of large pigs from the tap.

When the person who filmed the monkey approached, he looked straight into the camera and decided it was time to leave.

But before he left, the monkey used his legs to push the tap around to shut off the stream before he jumped off the ledge.

The monkey is climbing a ledge

It takes a few times from the tap

It takes a few times from the tap

The monkey was seen climbing a ledge to take a few large gulps from a flowing crane near a train station in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

Viewers praised the monkey's actions on social media, with some saying the primate was more responsible than most people.

Rita Thapa praised the & # 39; ancestor & # 39; from man to his clever way of thinking and writing: & It is indeed a great lesson from our ancestor cousin. Beautiful! & # 39;

Bharat Sharma comment: & # 39; we may have evolved mentally and physically, but we have not evolved responsibly. & # 39;

Sneha Mordani added: & I have never seen anything like this! Monkey that turns off the tap to prevent wastage of water … and people? What do they do? & # 39;

Many states in India almost dry up due to over-consumption of water despite being in the monsoon season.

The monkey sees the person filming it

The monkey sees the person filming it

It switches off the tap

It switches off the tap

Mottled: the monkey sees the person filming and decides to take off. But before he leaves, the primate responsibly switches off the tap to save water

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