Leopard Cub Rescued from Under a Parked Car in Shimla after Being Separated from Mother
A veterinary doctor will examine the leopard cub at Tuti Kandi near Shimla and it will then be released in its natural habitat.
"We received the call from the police control room located at Mall Road regarding the presence of a leopard cub at Chakkar," range forests officer Himanshu told PTI. According to reports, the cub was most probably separated from his mother and ended up in the capital city.
"The rescue team reached the spot and captured the cub using a net instead of a tranquiliser gun and took it to Tuti Kandi rescue and rehabilitation centre," he added.
Himachal Pradesh: A leopard cub was rescued by wildlife wing of the forest department from the parking area near judicial complex in Shimla, earlier today. pic.twitter.com/efWxehpSFe— ANI (@ANI) November 27, 2018
The leopard's appearance created quite a chaos among locals. Although, catching hold of the cub was not an easy task for the officials as it kept shifting spots underneath the parked cars, the witnesses said. some people posted videos and photos of the incident on social media in which the cub can be seen trapped in a net as forest officials try commence with the rescue operation.
This is how leopard cub was captured near district courts at Chakkar in Shimla on November 27 . . . . . pic.twitter.com/TvbcBPxCPX— Dharmendra Joshi (@dharmendra23005) November 28, 2018
A veterinary doctor will examine the cub at Tuti Kandi and it will then be released in its natural habitat, the official said.
(With inputs from PTI)
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