Have not I seen ooh-ooh-ooh before somewhere? Monkey watches his reflection with a piece of broken mirror
- A monkey was seen admiring its reflection in a piece of broken mirror on a highway in New Delhi in India
- The Rhesus Macaque held the treasure discarded in his face, fascinated and apparently immersed in his thoughts
- Photographer Prerna Jain nicknamed his subject & # 39; the narcissist & # 39; about the love of the monkey for his own image
Sam Lock for Mailonline
This monkey clearly liked what he saw when he found a piece of broken mirror, holding it against his face while he seemed lost in his thoughts.
The enchanted monkey was seen admiring himself in the treasure discarded on a highway in the capital of New Dheli, fascinated by his own reflection.
Oblivious to the nearby photographer, the cute Rhesus macaque seemed surprised to see his reflection looking at him.
"I nicknamed this monkey & # 39; & # 39; the narcissist & # 39; & # 39; because he seemed to enjoy looking at himself after a while," explained photographer Prerna Jain, 56.
Well hello! The monkey Rhesus Macaque clearly liked what he saw when he found a piece of broken mirror, holding it against his face while he seemed deeply absorbed in his thoughts.
I'm glad to see you ! The enchanted monkey takes the mirror to his face and admires himself in the discarded mirror that had been thrown from someone's car onto a highway in the capital of India, New Dheli.
Fascinated: oblivious to the nearby photographer, the cute Macaco Rhesus seemed surprised to see his reflection looking at him. "I've never seen anything like this before, I was very excited to see how the monkey reacted and took as many pictures as I could," explained Prerna Jain.
Looking more closely: "Someone had thrown the mirror of his car at the edge of the road, the monkey had found it and was confused by its reflection in the mirror," said the photographer.
Of springs! "There are always many monkeys in the heart of New Dheli and these images were taken very close to a residential area," said Prerna Jain.
In deep thought: Rhesus macaques grow up to 50 centimeters tall and weigh around eight kilograms. They have the broadest geographic ranges of any non-human primate, occupying a variety of habitats in Central, South and Southeast Asia
Monkey in the mirror: the monkey was so absorbed in the discarded treasure, that he did not notice anything about the photographer who was nearby, with the fragment of a broken mirror in his face