A video of leopard rescue has surfaced the Internet in which people used a unique trick to rescue the cat.
According to the reports, the leopard was accidentally fell into a deep well in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpuri. The rescue video of the leopard was shared by Indian Forest Service Officer Parveen Kaswan on Monday.
The trick that localities tried to save the leopard has won the hearts on the Internet. In the video, the leopard can be pulling with the help of a rope ladder and a khatiya. The leopard can be seen sitting on the khatiya which was fixed on the ladder.
The rope was handled by the officials and local from either side of the well and slowly they pulled it up and successfully saved the leopard.
IFS officer Parveen Kaswan captioned the video, “Ingenuity at best. This #leopard fell into a deep well at Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh. Was rescued on time. He supported as well, many times they attack the rescuers also.”
Watch the video here:
Ingenuity at best.— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) March 16, 2020
This #leopard fell into a deep well at Shivpuri, Madhya Praresh. Was rescued on time. He supported as well, many a times they attack the rescuers also. Via @ravindramtripa1 pic.twitter.com/fqwgQ4OFUQ
While writing the article, the video has garnered 37k views, 4.1k likes on Twitter.
Netizens have applauded the people for uniquely saving the life of leopard.
Check out comments:
What patience & ingenuity exhibited by the rescue team!— Smita🇮🇳 (@DikshitSmita) March 16, 2020
Woh kitna dara hua hai. Thank God ki he is safe and the rescuers didn't get attacked— anusha harishankar 🇮🇳 (@Aharishankar) March 16, 2020
🙏 Great Rescue excellent work all member who done the best job.— L KURIEN (@l_kurien) March 16, 2020
What a great job— Yadav kundan (@Yadavkundan19) March 16, 2020
Must been tired and hungry too— Nitin Sharma (@NitinSh02657621) March 16, 2020
Wow! Proven time n again that we can co exist if humans behave themselves.— rajendra गोदारा (@rgodara2) March 16, 2020
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