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ADORABLE! Monkey consoles friend who was put on time-out

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(CNN) — When you’re feeling down, there’s nothing like having a good friend offering comfort.

That’s what zookeepers saw these little moneys doing at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami.

The sad little one on the left is Angelica, her buddy is Toby.  The Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami posted this video on Instragram, saying Angelica was upset because she was on a time-out.

We’re not sure what she did to get in trouble, but she’s clearly pretty broke about it.  Good thing Toby was there to lend a friendly paw.

2 comments

  • Kim Smith

    I wish pharmaceutical companies would watch this and realize that animals are not any different from people and we do not have any right to use them for sick experiments. I have said it for years that animals have the same awareness to life as humans do. It is obvious that this little monkey had her feelings hurt and she is upset, her friend is trying to give her comfort. Why is it that on one hand scientists claim that humans are the only ones who have upper thought, speech, and the ability to feel strong emotions. They use the fact that humans have a larger brain, than animals. But then they admit that we do not know everything about the brain. We cannot even find out why we only use about 40 – 50% of our brain. Sure, science has learned alot but we do not know it all. people are using cameras to film everything and we are beginning to see that animals DO feel emotions, they love each other, they bond with a family unit, etc. If scientists are the smartest people then when will they start to use that so called intelligence.

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