A wild leopard was rescued in July from the bottom of a well in a rural part of India. A group of villagers and forest officials rescued the animal after it found itself trapped at the bottom of a well in a rural area of Panchmahal district in the Indian state of Gujarat.
Local men involved in the effort said they had heard noises from the spot and then discovered it stuck inside.
Without a tranquilizer, the rescuers attempted to ensnare the leopard in a rope, but the animal growled and pounced fiercely when it was being caught. Eventually the lucky leopard was saved without any one getting hurt.
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