Local authorities in India say a mother whose son was snatched by a leopard chased the animal down until it released the child.
As CNN reported, the mother’s name is Kiran Baiga and she quickly chased down the leopard while screams were ringing out in the Sanjay-Dubri National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Residents of Badi Jhiriya, a village located within Sanjay-free-roaming Dubri’s zone, live alongside animals that roam free in this open area.
“When the leopard arrived, the woman and her children were inside their hut. In response to a woman’s screams and additional witnesses, the leopard let go of the child and ran away, abandoning the child in a nearby puddle “CNN spoke to Singh about it.
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As it turns out, Singh’s son suffered only minor injuries and appears to be recovering well.
“His wounds were minor, but the leopard’s teeth had gone deep enough to make a hole in him. He was taken to the hospital, but he’s fine now, thank you “Singh was the one who made the addition.
“That kind of bravery in the face of death is a remarkable example of motherliness. Kiran Baiga’s mother, Mrs. Kiran Baiga, has been congratulated by the people of the state “Chouhan took to Twitter to share his thoughts.
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