Monkey rescued from heatstroke in northern India

Monkey rescued from heatstroke in northern India
In northern India’s Uttar Pradesh, a monkey was rescued after falling from a tree due to the intense heat.
The incident took place in Ghaziabad on May 31.
Visuals showed concerned locals quickly responded by bathing the distressed animal, massaging it with cold oil, and providing an oral rehydration solution (ORS) to revive it. The community’s swift actions likely saved the monkey from severe heatstroke.
Ghaziabad, a city near India’s capital, New Delhi, has been experiencing extreme temperatures, causing distress to both humans and animals. The incident highlights the impact of rising temperatures on wildlife and the compassionate response of the local residents.

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