Since the nation has gone under lockdown, many animals have been reclaiming spaces which initially belonged to them.
Turtles, flamingos, peacocks - all have come out to enjoy this time when no humans can be seen at public places. And turns out, this exposure has also resulted in them learning new skills.
Like this monkey who can be seen flying a kite amazingly well. So well, it's kinda unsettling.
Evolution happening fast due to lockdown😂— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) April 16, 2020
Monkey flying a kite. Yes it’s a monkey for sure😁 pic.twitter.com/6W8MtpPK43
In the video shared by IFS Susanta Nanda, the monkey can be seen pulling the string of the kite, which stays in air for a good amount of time.
After that he pulls the kite towards him and gets hold of it, as people cheer in the background.
The video has been watched over 14k times by people amused at the sight of an animal managing to do something like this.
Can't even imagine that a monkey can fly a kite— Heena Mehta (@HeenaMe61603627) April 16, 2020
At this Pace,— Pankaj Thapliyal (@PankajT04765688) April 16, 2020
Brace for a Jumanji. https://t.co/xGeKjRGULb
While Monkeys are flying kites, humans are in the caves.— BarathiKalam (@barathikalam) April 16, 2020
This is what Nature does to restore normalcy as part of its cleansing act
I am waiting for butterflies to sit on my hand to mark the end of corona.
Just wow— will let u know (@justfewmoredays) April 16, 2020
Some people pointed out that the monkey, in all probability, got hold of a slashed string flying in the air. That could be possible - but anyone who has tried to flay a kite, knows how difficult even that is.