‘Far more disciplined than us’ – Monkeys teach social distancing lesson in Arunachal Pradesh [PHOTO]
Union Minister Kiren Rijiju shared a photo of monkeys eating watermelon on his Twitter handle. Rijiju said that the photo a perfect example of social distancing.
The photo was captured near Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh. It shows a troop of monkeys sitting in two straight rows on an empty road. The monkeys are sitting at a distance from each other.
A man can be seen offering bananas and watermelon slices to the monkeys. While some of them are busy eating the fruits, others patiently wait for their turn.
“A perfect #SocialDistancing seen near Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh along Assam-Arunachal boundary.
If we observe carefully, animals can teach us many vital lessons that we may have missed in the haste of our normal daily lives,” Rijiju wrote while sharing the photo clicked by Arup Kalita.
The photo has received over 5,600 likes and nearly 1,000 comments. Netizens praised the monkeys for teaching how to maintain social distance.
One user said, “Even they knows about social distancing, n how to maintain it.” Another wrote, “What an order! This picture confirms they are our ancestors and understand very well what’s going around the world. Being our ancestors they are talented more than us.”
Someone tweeted, “They are far more disciplined than us..” Yet another added, “These animals have certainly more brains than human beings.”
Social distancing refers to measures taken to minimise the spread of the disease by reducing contact between large groups of people. The CDC recommends maintaining a distance of 6 feet (2 meters) between people.
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