A leopard trying to stay afloat in a 50-foot deep well was rescued on a night of time thanks to a speeding operation involving volunteers and forest government officials in Parner tehsil of Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra. The male cat was rescued from a well in Alkuti village after a three-hour operation on Monday morning involving members of the Wildlife SOS, state forest department officials, and villagers. A farmer has spotted a leopard in the water in a well in Alkuti village on Monday morning. Immediately notify the forest department. A group of Wildlife SOS, an NGO working for the protection of wildlife, working from the Manikdoh Leopard Reservoir Rescue Center is also being called in for resilience, an SOS Wildlife release said.
With the help of the villagers, a group of forest workers threw an iron box into the well so that a leopard could dig it for a while, he said.
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“A snare was thrown into the cistern, and a leopard leaped into the cage and was carefully pulled up. The leopard was taken to a nearby forest, ”the statement said.
“The leopard is almost seven years old,” the official said. The whole exercise is to work quickly with pain management. We thank the forest department and the villagers for making this rescue a success. ”
Pratap Jagtap, an official with the House of Commons (Parner), on Tuesday said that leopards are responsible for survival around human landscapes, bringing them closer to humans leading to such conditions. .
“We are glad that the animal was not injured and is able to return to its natural habitat,” he said.
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