Indian rescuers haul stricken leopard from bottom of deep well

Officers from India's forest department today (March 7th) rescued a wild leopard from the bottom of a 50-foot-deep well.

Locals heard the cries of the feline after it fell into the water source on a coconut farm in Una in the state of Gujarat.

Rescuers arrived and attached a large crate to ropes which they then lowered down to the leopard.

The big cat leapt into the crate and rescuers hauled the animal to safety.