In past times not too distant, animals and humans could coexist in a natural habitat, the presence of animals in cities close to the capitals of the world was normal. Different species could be found and even people had farms where everyone had a relationship of mutual benefit.
Industrial development and automation have led to the disappearance of these systems of life, and in the vast majority of cases the animals we see or know, appear in documentaries on television or the web.
Today's children have little with these animals. Many species are in danger of extinction. The land has an owner and the borders of countries are impenetrable.
What happened to the habitat of animals?
One Sunday in India, in Maharashtra, a region
of Junnar, villagers were awakened by quite desperate and strange sounds. They
decided to unite to discover what could be producing them. As they walked
towards the sound, they found a well of about 18 meters deep and found at the
bottom of the water a rather young leopard, which is presumed to have come
there in search of water and food.
Quickly the villagers devised ways to keep him
afloat and get him rescued. So they came up with a bundle of branches so that
the animal would climb while being rescued.
At the same time they called the Rescue Center
and the Forest Department for the safe rescue of the animal. Specialized
rescuers carried a cage to save the animal with the help of all the villagers.
At first, the animal refused to enter the cage and after becoming familiar with
it, he made his entry.
Rescuers doped the animal once in the cage and
took him to a place where he could live freely and without risk to his life.
This story relates how risky it may be to have unprotected drifting constructions for children or wild animal species. Animals can not read; they do not know alerts and sometimes artificial things attract their attention and for it they cannot use their instincts.
Here we leave you a link to watch the video of a part of the rescue.