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This is the heartwarming moment two orphaned monkeys are seen hugging after they became best friends. The 20-day old male rhesus macaque and 10-day old female monkey were captured in these adorable images after they were rescued in India by the charity Wildlife SOS. In the pictures, the young monkeys can be seen playing and hugging each other. In one snap, the older monkey can even be seen sucking his thumb just like a human child. The cute couple now spends their time playing with their toys, eating treats and napping together. According to Wildlife SOS, the 20-day old baby rhesus macaque was found clutching onto its dying mother after a high voltage power line electrocuted her in Panchkuian. A concerned passer-by rushed to their aid, but the mother had already succumbed to her injuries. He carried the baby monkey to safety and immediately contacted Wildlife SOS on their 24-hour rescue helpline. The team then rushed to the rescue of the 10-day old female monkey who had lost her mother to another case of electrocution in Belanganj. Since they are barely a few weeks old, the monkeys are incapable of eating and surviving on their own. Both baby monkeys are currently under the care of the Wildlife SOS animal care unit where they are receiving nutritional food along with the required medication. Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder & CEO of Wildlife SOS, said ?The pain and trauma of losing their mother is still quite fresh in their minds and they are in need of comfort and care. Our dedicated veterinarians and keepers are keeping a close eye on their activities. It?s reassuring to see that they have found comfort, love and happiness in each other?s company.?. 12 Jul 2019 Pictured: Adorable orphaned monkeys become best friends. Photo credit: Wildlife SOS / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the heartwarming moment two orphaned monkeys are seen hugging after they became best friends. The 20-day old male rhesus macaque and 10-day old female monkey were captured in these adorable images after they were rescued in India by the charity Wildlife SOS. In the pictures, the young monkeys can be seen playing and hugging each other. In one snap, the older monkey can even be seen sucking his thumb just like a human child. The cute couple now spends their time playing with their toys, eating treats and napping together. According to Wildlife SOS, the 20-day old baby rhesus macaque was found clutching onto its dying mother after a high voltage power line electrocuted her in Panchkuian. A concerned passer-by rushed to their aid, but the mother had already succumbed to her injuries. He carried the baby monkey to safety and immediately contacted Wildlife SOS on their 24-hour rescue helpline. The team then rushed to the rescue of the 10-day old female monkey who had lost her mother to another case of electrocution in Belanganj. Since they are barely a few weeks old, the monkeys are incapable of eating and surviving on their own. Both baby monkeys are currently under the care of the Wildlife SOS animal care unit where they are receiving nutritional food along with the required medication. Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder & CEO of Wildlife SOS, said ?The pain and trauma of losing their mother is still quite fresh in their minds and they are in need of comfort and care. Our dedicated veterinarians and keepers are keeping a close eye on their activities. It?s reassuring to see that they have found comfort, love and happiness in each other?s company.?. 12 Jul 2019 Pictured: Adorable orphaned monkeys become best friends. Photo credit: Wildlife SOS / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the heartwarming moment two orphaned monkeys are seen hugging after they became best friends. The 20-day old male rhesus macaque and 10-day old female monkey were captured in these adorable images after they were rescued in India by the charity Wildlife SOS. In the pictures, the young monkeys can be seen playing and hugging each other. In one snap, the older monkey can even be seen sucking his thumb just like a human child. The cute couple now spends their time playing with their toys, eating treats and napping together. According to Wildlife SOS, the 20-day old baby rhesus macaque was found clutching onto its dying mother after a high voltage power line electrocuted her in Panchkuian. A concerned passer-by rushed to their aid, but the mother had already succumbed to her injuries. He carried the baby monkey to safety and immediately contacted Wildlife SOS on their 24-hour rescue helpline. The team then rushed to the rescue of the 10-day old female monkey who had lost her mother to another case of electrocution in Belanganj. Since they are barely a few weeks old, the monkeys are incapable of eating and surviving on their own. Both baby monkeys are currently under the care of the Wildlife SOS animal care unit where they are receiving nutritional food along with the required medication. Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder & CEO of Wildlife SOS, said ?The pain and trauma of losing their mother is still quite fresh in their minds and they are in need of comfort and care. Our dedicated veterinarians and keepers are keeping a close eye on their activities. It?s reassuring to see that they have found comfort, love and happiness in each other?s company.?. 12 Jul 2019 Pictured: Adorable orphaned monkeys become best friends. Photo credit: Wildlife SOS / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
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This is the heartwarming moment two orphaned monkeys are seen hugging after they became best friends. The 20-day old male rhesus macaque and 10-day old female monkey were captured in these adorable images after they were rescued in India by the charity Wildlife SOS. In the pictures, the young monkeys can be seen playing and hugging each other. In one snap, the older monkey can even be seen sucking his thumb just like a human child. The cute couple now spends their time playing with their toys, eating treats and napping together. According to Wildlife SOS, the 20-day old baby rhesus macaque was found clutching onto its dying mother after a high voltage power line electrocuted her in Panchkuian. A concerned passer-by rushed to their aid, but the mother had already succumbed to her injuries. He carried the baby monkey to safety and immediately contacted Wildlife SOS on their 24-hour rescue helpline. The team then rushed to the rescue of the 10-day old female monkey who had lost her mother to another case of electrocution in Belanganj. Since they are barely a few weeks old, the monkeys are incapable of eating and surviving on their own. Both baby monkeys are currently under the care of the Wildlife SOS animal care unit where they are receiving nutritional food along with the required medication. Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder & CEO of Wildlife SOS, said ?The pain and trauma of losing their mother is still quite fresh in their minds and they are in need of comfort and care. Our dedicated veterinarians and keepers are keeping a close eye on their activities. It?s reassuring to see that they have found comfort, love and happiness in each other?s company.?. 12 Jul 2019 Pictured: Adorable orphaned monkeys become best friends. Photo credit: Wildlife SOS / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights
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This is the heartwarming moment two orphaned monkeys are seen hugging after they became best friends. The 20-day old male rhesus macaque and 10-day old female monkey were captured in these adorable images after they were rescued in India by the charity Wildlife SOS. In the pictures, the young monkeys can be seen playing and hugging each other. In one snap, the older monkey can even be seen sucking his thumb just like a human child. The cute couple now spends their time playing with their toys, eating treats and napping together. According to Wildlife SOS, the 20-day old baby rhesus macaque was found clutching onto its dying mother after a high voltage power line electrocuted her in Panchkuian. A concerned passer-by rushed to their aid, but the mother had already succumbed to her injuries. He carried the baby monkey to safety and immediately contacted Wildlife SOS on their 24-hour rescue helpline. The team then rushed to the rescue of the 10-day old female monkey who had lost her mother to another case of electrocution in Belanganj. Since they are barely a few weeks old, the monkeys are incapable of eating and surviving on their own. Both baby monkeys are currently under the care of the Wildlife SOS animal care unit where they are receiving nutritional food along with the required medication. Kartick Satyanarayan, Co-founder & CEO of Wildlife SOS, said ?The pain and trauma of losing their mother is still quite fresh in their minds and they are in need of comfort and care. Our dedicated veterinarians and keepers are keeping a close eye on their activities. It?s reassuring to see that they have found comfort, love and happiness in each other?s company.?. 12 Jul 2019 Pictured: Adorable orphaned monkeys become best friends. Photo credit: Wildlife SOS / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
World Rights