9 hours ago
Reposted from alexbraczkowski - Video by wildlifesos
Friends this is one of the coolest and simple conservation stories that I’ve seen recently and I wanted to repost it on my feed because it’s a situation we’ve probably seen in our own lives with wild animals! wildlifesos got word of this tiny leopards cub being found on the outskirts of a sugar cane plantation in India. They got to the field site quickly with the forest department and made a brilliant conservation decision! They did NOT take the cub to a zoo they simply made sure it was OK and not hurt, and put it back close to where it was found! Guess what?! Mom came back and took the cub to a safe place.
This is a brilliant lesson to anyone who finds a “lost” carnivore on a roadside, urban edge or even in your backyard! Think hard before removing it (even though it’s cute!) as mothers will often look widely and call for their 🦁 props to wildlifesos and the local forest department for this incredibly cool and educational video!
Leopards and carnivores belong in the Wild not behind bars or to be played with! Repost this and pop on over to wildlifesos for the full story! 🤘🐆 -
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