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A stunning picture of a frightened leopard in Assam goes viral

A stunning picture of a frightened leopard in Assam goes viral

A stunning picture of a frightened leopard in Assam goes viral. A leopard became caught in an open well in the hamlet of Kamrup in Assam’s Kamrup district. While the rescue effort was ongoing and successful, a picture from the operation went viral, depicting not only the carnivore’s agony but also mesmerizing the internet.

The stunning photograph depicts a leopard that is frightening by his current circumstances. His eyes speak volumes as he struggles to remain afloat within the mucky hole.

It was repost on Twitter by a variety of people, most notably IFS officers. One of them was Parveen Kaswan, who is well-known for providing fascinating information about our country’s wildlife.

Kaswan captioned the image, ” “In Assam, a leopard fell into an open well. However, the forest department was successful in rescuing him. Is he making a statement?”

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In the comments area, a guessing game began as netizens came up with appropriate responses. “He is pleading with us – the general people and the forest service – to close or cover the wells and deep holes. As one user expressed it, he wants to live happily with us. “He is just terrified,” another said.

According to the Indian Express, the locals heard a roar coming from a nearby open well, suggesting that a leopard was on the loose within. The state’s forest service was notified of the issue and responded promptly. The animal was rescue and imprison in a net, only to be release into the wild.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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