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Watch: Leopard Was Rescued From A Well In Three-Hour Rescue Operation In Maharashtra

leopard was rescued from a 60 feet deep well in Pimpalgaon Siddhanath village in Junnar. A farmer in a village near Pune was shocked when he heard animal cries coming from deep inside the village well close to his house. As he look in, he saw a leopard trapped and struggling to stay afloat inside the nearly 60-feet-deep well.

He then informed the forest department about it, and they contacted the Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Centre, run by the nonprofit animal advocacy organization, Wildlife SOS.A three member rescue team led by Wildlife SOS Dr Ajay Deshmukh along with six forest department officials rushed to the spot and rescued the animal with the help of the villagers. The animal successfully rescued from an extremely dangerous, near-death situation.

In a rescue operation that lasted almost three hours, the footage shows the animal finally making it safely to the box. After conducting a thorough physical examination, the leopard, believed to be a three-year-old female, was released back into its natural habitat.

Image Source: Indian Express

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