IFS officer Susanta Nanda frequently shares various amazing films on his Twitter account. Since he works for the Indian Forest Service, many of the films he provides feature animals being saved and given new lives. One can watch the successful rescue of a leopard in this specific video that he recently shared.
The video begins with a shot of a leopard that had plunged down into an exposed well that was close to its habitat. As it approached the area at the top of the well, the leopard could be seen being pulled up the well by a cot from which it quickly sprang. The fact that the rescue went off without a hitch in the first place makes the footage pretty impressive.
It was posted by IFS officer Susanta Nanda with a detailed caption. “A new day. Using the Mohenjo Daro Harappan technique, a leopard was once again rescued from an open well. Only when we seal the open wells surrounding the animal habitat will this stop, it states. Many Twitter users identified with this urge.
Watch the leopard getting rescued right here:
This animal rescue video, which was posted on June 25, has now received more than 1,800 likes and a number of comments.
“True. As we frequently see in the headlines, every open well and borewell becomes hazardous for wildlife and young humans. Local governments and NGOs might take care, according to one person. Another person said, “I’m pleased it didn’t hurt itself jumping off the board.” “Safer rescue technique for both the protector and the protectee. Godspeed to them both,” wrote a third.
What do you think about the rescue of this leopard?