Jabalpur News: In Bichua village of Padaria under Kundam, a pregnant leopard got stuck in a barbed fence installed for protection in a field.
Author: Bharat Mandhanya
Date of publication: Sunday, February 11, 2024, 10:09 AM (IST)
Update date: Sunday, February 11, 2024, 10:09 AM (IST)
- A pregnant leopard went in search of prey
- For safety, a barbed wire fence was erected on the field
- escaped appeasement
Jabalpur News Jabalpur, representative of Naiduniya. A pregnant leopard, which was in search of prey in Bichua village of Padaria under Kundam, got caught in a barbed wire fence installed in a field for protection. Villagers living nearby were startled by the roar of a female leopard badly caught in the wires.
Villagers who came to the spot got scared seeing the trapped leopard and immediately informed about it. Forest Department Given. As soon as the information was received, forest officer Rishi Mishra of Jabalpur reached the rescue and veterinary college along with a medical team. As soon as the news of the capture of the leopard spread in the village, the villagers started gathering. As soon as the rescue team of the forest department got ready to pacify the leopard, the female leopard pounced with full force, jumped and ran towards the forest.
ran before appeasement
After being informed by the villagers, the forest department team reached the spot and tried to rescue the female leopard safely, but the female leopard roared. It was impossible to free the leopard without knocking him unconscious. The leopard was in a lot of pain and there was a possibility that it might injure its leg, so they decided to tranquilize the leopard and remove it with the help of a veterinary team. As soon as the tranquilization process began, the leopard broke free from the wires and ran towards the forest.
a crowd of villagers
During the rescue of the leopard, a large number of locals gathered at the scene, while the police had to be deployed to control the crowd. Due to the crowd, even the rescue team had to work hard to carry out the campaign.