When we see animals behaving with emotion in the wild we tend to say things like, “Oh, so human like.” What if our perception of humanity was just the way that nature actually can be? BBC is releasing a brand new show, called Spy in the Wild, which hides cameras inside of animatronic animals in order to get an up close view of nature. When the BBC captured a tribe of Langur monkeys accidentally hurting their puppet camera, well, the results were just heartbreaking. Keep on reading to see how a tribe of Langur monkeys showed grief in the most human way possible.
Move over Steven Spielberg, your fake dinosaurs in Jurassic Park are no longer the cream of the crop. Spy in the Wild is the spiritual successor of the beloved Planet Earth series. The concept is simple: hide cameras inside of animal puppets so that viewers at home can see how nature behaves without humans around.