Forest officials rescue leopard from 30-feet-deep well in southern India

Forest officials rescued a distressed leopard from a 30-feet-deep well in Karnataka, southern India. Footage from April 9 shows locals and officials surrounding a well in Sowkur village as a leopard is spotted stranded at the bottom holding onto a pipe. Officials lowered down a basket to capture the big cat and once the leopard had entered the contraption they pulled it back up to the surface. The leopard was released into the wild later that evening.