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Horror as eight-day-old baby girl ‘stolen and killed by pack of monkeys’

The Harrowing news has reported that 8 days old innocent kid died by a group of monkey’s mischievous act and they threw her in a moat.

A poor mother was shocked as she found her newly born twin girl was not on the bed. After some time by the help of the local she discovered monkey carrying the babies across rooftops and tried to rescue one of the baby girls after she was left on a roof.

All the effort by the local was in vain and tragically one of the baby girls was later recovered from a nearby moat and pronounced dead at the scene. A heart-wrenched in incident took place in Mela Alangam near Thanjavur Palace in India.

According to the daily Star this news highlighted by the India Today reports “Buvaneswari, the mother of newborn twin girls, alleged that monkeys entered her home and picked up the sleeping babies on Saturday”.

A poor mother added “I was shocked to see the monkeys on the roof and began yelling. It was only later that she realised that my children were missing. I’m yelling after that mob came to help and reportedly retrieved one baby from the roof but couldn’t find the other one”.

“Moments later, the other baby was found in a nearby water body. Medical team which reached the spot pronounced the child dead.”

As per Inspector S Chandramohan of Thanjavur West police gives his statement to the Times of India “Once we got the information about the incident, we rushed to the spot and searched for the second baby. “We finally located the infant on the moat. We have sent the body to the Government Medical College Hospital for postmortem.”

A Thanjavur forest ranger named G Jothikumar declared kidnappings by monkeys as the “rarest of rare”.

While attacks by monkeys on humans in India are rare, they are not impossible. There is approximately 50 million animals live in the country.

While Vice reports that 1,000 monkey bites are reported every day in Indian cities.

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