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WATCH: Leopard saved from drowning after falling into well

/ 02:58 PM October 11, 2018

A leopard trapped in a well 30 feet deep has been rescued by wildlife personnel in Maharashtra, India.

Animal rescue organization Wildlife SOS staged the rescue of the big cat.

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This video from Wildlife SOS via Storyful, posted on October 6, shows how rescuers lowered a ladder to help the female leopard out of the water before she then climbed into a crate and out of the well.

The leopard was brought to Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Centre to recuperate following the ordeal. JB

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