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Army rescues injured Snow Leopard in Leh

Army rescues injured Snow Leopard in Leh

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Leh: Indian Army on Thursday rescued an injured Snow Leopard with assistance from the Wildlife Department of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council Leh.

The injured feline, one of the rarest and endangered species of the region, came near one of the camps of Ultimate Force where the soldiers took protective care, till the arrival of experienced wildlife officials.

The snow leopard was safely evacuated to Leh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre from where it will be released to the folds of nature, post recuperation.

“Indian Army – Concern for All, Indian Army, committed towards preserving the Wildlife of Ladakh, rescued an injured Snow Leopard with assistance from the Wildlife Department of @LAHDC_LEH. The injured feline, one of the rarest and endangered species of the region, came near one of the camps of Ultimate Force where the soldiers took protective care, till the arrival of experienced wildlife officials,” Fire and Fury Corps said in a message.

The snow leopard was safely evacuated to #Leh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre from where it will be released to the folds of nature, post recuperation, the message added.

“Treasure the most priceless treasure: Wildlife’ It takes some Courage and Raw Nerves to place water and food for a Ferocious, Wild but ‘unwell’ visitor. Such are the steely men who stand firm at the LAC.

Necessary coordination being done with the Wildlife Department for the rescue,” Army said in a post on X.

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