What a hero: Watch monkey save its friend's life at Kanpur station

The monkey was electrocuted while walking on high tension wires in Kanpur's railway station.

FP Staff December 22, 2014 09:55:27 IST
What a hero: Watch monkey save its friend's life at Kanpur station

You don't get to see such heroic acts everyday. A video showing a monkey saving another monkey's life after it became unconscious on being electrocuted, is quite heart-warming.

The monkey was electrocuted while walking on high tension wires at Kanpur's railway station. It lost consciousness and fell  on the tracks . And that's when the other monkey came the rescue.

What a hero Watch monkey save its friends life at Kanpur station

Screen grab from YouTube

The monkey tried to save the other by hitting and biting. However, even when the electrocuted monkey did not regain consciousness, he dipped him a pool of water. According to reports, the monkey struggled for more than 20 minutes to bring his friend back to life.

Ultimately, he succeeded and how.

Watch the video above.

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