Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Many people believe in the theory of human evolution from monkeys. In today's high-tech generation, people extensively use computers, machines, and various tech gadgets.

Interestingly, it appears that even some primates, like monkeys, are trying to keep up with this trend.

A recent viral video on the internet shows a Gray langur attempting to use a computer as if it is an everyday activity. This video has gained widespread attention on social media.

A user named Panchmishali shared this viral video on Facebook with a Bengali caption that translates to, "Hanuman on duty at the Bolpur railway station inquiry office."

In the short video, a Gray langur is seen sitting in front of a computer, shuffling through papers, and mimicking typing actions, seemingly imitating someone it may have observed using a keyboard before.

According to the caption, this unusual incident occurred at the Bolpur, West Bengal Railway Station Enquiry Office.

In the video, people are gathered around the monkey, watching as it carries out its "work." Some of the onlookers humorously comment, with phrases like, "Aare, Ye saala, Sab kaam kar de" (Oh, this guy can do all the work), "Finally vande bharat office mein new employees" (Finally, new employees for the Vande Bharat office), and "Bolpur inquiries specialist, doing inquiries duties." The people around the office find the situation quite amusing and burst into laughter.

Since the video was shared, netizens have flooded the comment section with laughing emojis and hilarious reactions.

One user even jokingly referred to the langur as the "New Recruitment for Station Master.”