Leopard rescued after plunging into 20-feet-deep well in northeastern India

A leopard that accidentally plunged into a 20-feet-deep well in Madhab Nagar, northeastern India, was rescued by officials. Footage from July 1 shows the leopard in neck-deep water staring up at locals and officials before its rescue. The leopard was later released into the wild after officials managed to haul it out of the well using ropes.

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