Heartbreaking moment monkey says final goodbyes to human pal after jumping onto coffin and kissing him at funeral

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THIS is the heart-breaking moment a grief-stricken monkey gave his human pal a final kiss at his funeral,

Peetambaram Rajan, 56, had reportedly died final Monday after contracting a sudden sickness at his forest-side residence in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka.


Footage captured the heart-breaking moment a monkey says goodbye to his human pal[/caption]


The monkey kissed the brow of 56-year-old Peetambaram Rajan he attended the funeral[/caption]

But all through his life he been recognized for feeding a wild gray langur every single day with fruit and biscuits as the 2 shaped a very shut bond.  

And this week his furry good friend received the prospect to say his final goodbye as mourners introduced the animal to the service.

In the clip, which has since gone viral, the langur perches on the sting of Rajan’s open coffin earlier than gently cupping his chin.

The monkey then learns over earlier than planting a kiss on the deceased’s head.

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Eventually, mourners have been compelled to gently carry the distressed monkey away from the scene after he tried to grabs his pal’s hand, as if attempting to lead him away.

The video was later posted on-line and touched 1000’s of animal lovers the world over.    

One person wrote: “That man has earned the love, if there is a heaven for people, he is surely going there.”

Another penned: “Respect. Very touching.”

While a 3rd added: “Wow. Brought tears here. And people say animals are not able to feel as we do.”

It comes simply days after heart-breaking footage captured the moment a chimp said goodbye to a zookeeper for the final time.

Video confirmed the zoo head speaking tenderly to the primate as he defined that the state was set to takeover of the zoo.

He later informed native shops that saying goodbye to the chimp was like dropping a member of the family.

“From the day we met, we had good chemistry, and I gradually gained his affection and friendship,” he stated.

“With great pain in my heart, with tears in my eyes, I only hope that just as we took care of him for 25 years, giving him a lot of affection, a lot of love, pampering him like a son.”

Chimpanzees are very smart creatures and, like many different species of monkeys, can construct exceptional bonds with human beings of their lives.

In one video, shared earlier this 12 months, a dying chimp met her human best friend for the final time.

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Mama, who had lived to the ripe previous age of 59, was filmed greeting Jan van Hooff, embracing him as he visited her at her enclosure at a zoo in Arnhem within the Netherlands.

Tragically the chimp died only a week after her farewell go to.