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Viral Video: Leopard caught in car, leopard caught in video shared by IFS officer

In a video going viral on the web, it’s seen {that a} leopard obtained trapped underneath the bonnet of a automotive after being hit by a car. Although the situation of the incident continues to be unknown however the video is changing into fairly viral on social media platforms.
Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon shared a clip of the video which reveals the leopard operating away after the accident. A wildlife activist additionally shared the clip, during which the leopard is seen trapped underneath the bonnet of the car.

As quickly as the driving force pulled the automotive again to save lots of the animal, the leopard was nonetheless attempting to get out. After some time the leopard obtained out and ran away.

Prayers for this lovely leopard… hope he survives,although he is badly wounded, he escapes into the jungle. @WildLense_India I hope our flesh pressers wake to the truth that linear growth can occur hand in hand with effectively considered conservation strategies. pic.twitter.com/KbdhgRoaZS— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) June 20, 2022

The video has grabbed a variety of consideration from the viewers on social media.

Up to now, there have been experiences of leopard deaths from throughout the nation, allegedly after being hit by autos. Final 12 months, a two-year-old leopard was discovered lifeless on the Pali-Surajkund street close to Gurugram, with a physician’s report suggesting that it could have been hit by a car.

In 2019, a one-and-a-half-year-old feminine leopard was additionally allegedly killed by a truck on NH-48 in Manesar.

We should always all the time take care that no animal will get killed by our automotive.

 



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