A video of a mother langur saving her child from falling has gone viral. The internet is in love with it.

Mother langur saving her child. Photo: Twitter/ IFS officer Parveen Kaswan

Mother langur saving her child. Photo: Twitter/ IFS officer Parveen Kaswan

A mother’s love is the strongest thing in the world. Be it humans or animals, mothers are the same, they can go to any length to save their child. Sometimes they even put their own lives in danger and this video of a mother langur saving her child without second thoughts is a testimony to that.

The aforementioned video was shared by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer, Parveen Kaswan with the caption, “A rescue operation by mother. How can it fail?” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

The one-minute-long video shows a baby langur stuck on electricity wires and unable to jump to the terrace where its mother is. In the clip, you can also hear the shrieks of the baby langur while it attempts to get to its mother.

After a few seconds, the mother also jumps on the wires in an attempt to catch her baby but it makes things worse as the baby almost falls. So the mother jumps back on the terrace. Finally, the mother makes the jump once more, catches her baby and jumps back on the terrace within a span of a few seconds. She saves her baby.

Twitter is in love with the video and the comments on the thread say the same thing. Have a look at some of them.

At the time of filing, the video had over 28.5 k views and over 4.5k likes.

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