Unfortunately, animal cruelty is a frequent problem these days. It is a global epidemic of its sort, not just in one region of the planet!
A video has appeared on social media demonstrating that humans are not at all compassionate. A guy is seen in the video dragging a leopard by its tail.
A guy is seen in the viral video holding the leopard by the tail and one of its rear legs. The animal is attempting but failing, to extricate itself from his grasp. Onlookers can be seen filming the deed from a distance as the man continues to hold the leopard.
Identify the animal here !! pic.twitter.com/MzAUCYtBOM— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) August 17, 2022
According to the video’s subtitles, the leopard died afterward. Parveen Kaswan, an Indian Forest Services (IFS) official, tweeted the video. The IFS officer captioned the video, “Identify the animal here!!”
It is unknown when or where the occurrence occurred. Kaswan condemned the conduct and emphasized that wild animals should not be handled in this manner. “This is not how you should manage or treat your animal buddies. They, too, are living beings. Take care, “He scribbled something.
The video has received over 79,000 views since it was shared. People were outraged by the man’s heinous behavior.
Earlier this month, a video went viral showing Madhya Pradesh people pelting stones at two tiger cubs, wounding them. The tragedy occurred in Seoni’s Belgaon village. A group of locals can be heard yelling in one of the films, while the two cubs limp and struggle to flee. Locals may be heard saying, “Catch it, catch it.” Another video shows the cub being pelted by stones, with one person requesting that they not be wounded, while others persist on capturing the kitten.
पहले से कमज़ोर और कुपोषित बाघ के शावकों को बड़े बड़े पत्थरों से मारा गया है, वन विभाग के स्थानीय कर्मचारी कहां थे ? क्यों उक्त स्थान पर इतनी भीड़ जमा होने दी गई ? मामला दर्ज कर विडियो में दिखाई दे रहे लोगों से पुछताछ कर दोषियों पर कार्रवाई की जानी चाहिए। 2/2 @BBCHindi @ndtvindia pic.twitter.com/miUJZwYUc6— Adil (@wildsatpura) May 17, 2022
Villagers discovered the cubs while going to harvest tendu leaves, which are used to wrap tobacco to manufacture ‘beedi’ cigarettes, according to Adil, a nature and wildlife conservation enthusiast. Later, the forest department and Pench Tiger Reserve personnel were notified.
A team of forest department employees rescued the two tiger cubs, according to a news agency report.
“The cubs, who were about 14-15 months old, may have come there to drink water.” The people encircled them with sticks when police and forest officers arrived. Around 2.45 p.m., a rescue crew from Pench Tiger Reserve arrived. “The cubs were caged and moved to Kanha rescue centre in a one-hour operation,” said SS Udde, chief conservator of forest (Seoni circle). Udde disputed that the cubs were wounded and stated that they would be cared for by doctors at the Kanha rescue centre.