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Leopard Saved From Drowning In Maharashtra

This leopard was trying to hunt a dog when it fell inside a well in a Maharashtra village. Watch what happened next. 🐆🕳

10/11/2018 5:00 AM
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24 comments

  • Mateo C.
    01/06/2019 23:22

    Very cool

  • Darlene A.
    01/03/2019 04:22

    That’s good

  • Patricia P.
    12/30/2018 00:29

    Then put a cover over them, duh!

  • Susanna S.
    12/18/2018 20:43

    1,500 deaths. Think about that! 1,500 preventable deaths!! Put a lid on ur water holes. This beautiful animal got lucky. :(

  • Aviva G.
    12/15/2018 09:38

    Old news, but still amazing story

  • Arun P.
    12/12/2018 11:32

    these are common here.hahaah

  • Andrew M.
    12/12/2018 08:36

    Devendra Fadnavis is at the Indian Economic Conclave addressing the gathering as one among Great Global Tinkers!

  • Arup M.
    12/12/2018 02:20

    Good Bless You Everyone..... Thanks For Saving A Beautiful Gift From God.....

  • Nafih S.
    12/11/2018 10:26

    be careful man!

  • C S.
    12/11/2018 09:51

    Well done saving a beautiful leopard

  • JD R.
    11/29/2018 09:04

    Surely it would be sensible and better/more hygienic for the drinking water to put lids on these wells with an enclosed method for drawing the water? Crazy.

  • Dennis M.
    10/31/2018 09:32

    Allahs blessing always Doctor.

  • Linda O.
    10/30/2018 17:05

    Amazing. Hope he is returned to the wild.

  • محمد إ.
    10/29/2018 23:39

    for observation 🙄🙄🙄

  • Kiaan V.
    10/16/2018 20:36

    So PETA now wants us to close down all our wells too.. Not happening guys .. PETA is the one who drowns text

  • Claire L.
    10/16/2018 17:03

    What happened to the dog? 🙍🏻‍♀️

  • Olisaemeka A.
    10/14/2018 22:24

    I guess they are waiting for the count of drowned animals to get to 100,000 before they take any preemptive measure.

  • Abid H.
    10/14/2018 14:40

    Lovely

  • Sabrina B.
    10/13/2018 21:48

    Stupid people why on earth do they open holes?

  • Joy E.
    10/13/2018 05:35

    Why not set it free? It needs no observations. They will most likely keep in captivity :(