Thirsty leopard gets its head stuck in a pot in Indian mining village. Witness the villagers’ compassionate efforts to rescue the majestic creature, as they come together to free it from its predicament. Join us as we delve into this extraordinary tale of a thirsty leopard, showcasing the delicate balance between wildlife and human communities in unique environments.

A leopard got itself in a tight spot when it accidentally got its head stuck in a water pot in an Indian mining village.

The feline was found in the unfortunate situation in Sardul Kheda, in the north western state of Rajasthan.

It wandered around trapped for six hours as bystanders looked on, before forest officials eventually tranquilised the animal and sawed the pot off.

It was then taken to an enclosure a safe distance from the village.

District forest officer Kapil Chandrawal said: “It has been brought to a safe place.

“We have also called veterinarians to assess its health, which is in good condition. We have also tranquilised the animal.”

There are believed to be between 12,000 and 14,000 leopards in India
There are believed to be between 12,000 and 14,000 leopards in India

Mr Chandrawal said the leopard was around three and a half years old.

Disruption to wild habitats have led to increasing numbers of wild animals straying into inhabited areas in search of food.

a recent wildlife estimate puts the leopard population of India at between 12,000 and 14,000.

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