Studies have shown that humans are not the only species on planet Earth who showcase behaviour changes in the presence of death. Non-human primates also show a diverse range of emotions to the deceased. This is known as Comparative Thanatology. If the dead happens to be young then you can see the mothers carrying it and several females of the primate family alongside the mother. While if it was an adult prime ape presumably a leader then the others will safeguard the body for short while allowing everyone else in the clan or tribe to visit the dead. The reason why this is important is because the awareness of death would automatically mean a distinction from the animate and the inanimate and it is a characteristic that develops in humans from the ages of 3 to 10.
The proficient understanding of the above-mentioned facts could add to the increasing influx of tourists that aim for medical tourism in Kerala and one of the very first steps that need to be implemented is the use of medical disposables such as probe covers into the general system of health care.