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Why you nasty fuckin Indians are destroying the forest how can these animals survive
Hate that so many places claim to be so ‘animal friendly’ yet they aren’t...
Did they set it free? It looks thirsty.
This must of been so stressful for the animal! It was sad to see tbh. It should be made clear and training should be given to those who's job it is to rescue and move wild animals from residential areas. But people need to realise the reason why these beautiful creatures and moving in and that's because most of their natural habitat has been destroyed by humans. If we take what is there's and all what they know where will they go! We all need to find a balance. Wishful thinking when so many want these creatures as trophy's ! 😢
Why didn't they tranquilize him, would have been much easyer
Ignorant people. Give us update how's he doing. Where is he?
hope theyl return it to its home
Protect residents. Protect animals.
Of course the end of this poor animal is not mentioned in the video. What happened to it??
Oh,god. What happened to the poor terrified leapard. He didn't look okay.
They need many earthquakes for all days,and very many storms
I hope they let him go.
Meet the vet who rescues and rehabilitates leopards around Jodhpur:
Dear BRUT NATURE, please stop posting disturbing animal videos without a proper ending. We all want to know that poor animals fate. Be responsible video-journalists!
Hmm use more condoms. Less unprotected sex. Quit killing them and their fucking homes and start killing rapists, drug dealers, human traffickers. Etc
Oh ffs! For the LAST TIME...animals do NOT stray into residential areas, it's the damn HUMANS who encroached into their habitats!!! Stop reproducing like cockroaches then maybe you wont need so much "space"
Poor darling - so scared and alone, surrounded by dangerous humans! What happened to him/her afterwards?
Humans should take responsibility and give nature more space - in other words: not invade nature's back garden.
Leopard didn't appear to be that lucky. Poor thing
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