This man was clearing away snakes from the river and got stuck there when the wild animal Orangutan leaned forward and actually offered him its hand.
Man in Indonesia was clearing away snakes from the muddy river in a conservation forest area in Borneo when he got stuck there. The great ape, who lives in that conservation forest leaned forward and lent a helping hand to the man. This heartwarming scene was luckily captured by amateur photographer Anil Prabhakar who was there with his friends.
Heart touching moment captured by amateur photographer Anil Prabhakar shows Orangutan, a wild animal, offering its hand to help a man who looked stuck in the mud looking for snakes.
The man had been clearing away snakes in an effort to guard the orangutans when he got stuck in the muddy river. The wild animal was seen leaning forward and lending a helping hand to the man, the extraordinary scene was captured just at the right time by photographer Anil Prabhakar who had been on a safari with his friends.
The man refused the Orangutan's hand as it was a wild animal.
Mr Prabhakar said: 'Someone told him there was a snake in the river. The warden went there and cleared the bushes.
'An orangutan came to the banks and was watching what he was doing. He then came closer and gave his hand.
'The warden just moved away. I asked him why later and he said: ''It's a wild animal, not one we are familiar with''.