Forest officials rescue leopard after it fell into well while searching for food in western India
A leopard was rescued after it fell into a well while lookufor food in western India’s Gujarat.
This incident happened in Gungavada village in Chhota Udaipur district on October 16.
Visuals showed the leopard inside the well hanging on to a plank of wood that had ropes tied at both ends. The big cat remained stationary for a while before the forest department arrived to pull it out. A steel cage was brought in and slowly lowered down to the well for the animal to enter into. The leopard initially stared at the cage for a while before eventually making the move and going into the structure. It was then successfully pulled out of the well.
According to a report, the rescue operation was led by forest range officer NC Rathwa. Forester Yogesh Bariya also took part in this operation. The rescue operation was a bit difficult with it being 100 feet deep and the whole process lasted for an hour and a half with the forest department having skilled staff members at their disposal.