A video of a Black Panther attacking a street dog has surfaced on the internet and it is pretty blood-curdling. Sudha Ramen of the Indian Forest Services tweeted the short clip of the incident that was captured on CCTV and went viral soon after the video found its way online.
In the clip, a black panther walked along a path that appears to be somewhere near a mountainous region. Moments after the panther went out of sight as seen in the video, a dog’s loud scream was heard as it was clear that the panther had attacked its prey.
Next, the panther picked up the dog and held him in his mouth, and was seen escaping from the area in the video.
“They may be Black, that doesn’t make them any different. They are still leopards. Here a Black Panther visits a fringe habitation and lifts a dog, which is said to be their favorite prey,” Sudha Ramen said in the caption of her post.
They may be Black, that doesn’t make them any different. They are still leopards.
Here a Black Panther visits a fringe habitation and lifts a dog, which is said to be their favourite prey.pic.twitter.com/wpA5UVWcjM
— Sudha Ramen IFS 🇮🇳 (@SudhaRamenIFS) March 3, 2021
The short clip has gone viral with over 23,000 views while social media users shared their opinions in the comments section.
“Humans are the culprits of Mother Earth. We don’t deserve it,” a user said. Another comment reads, “Scary! There must be a bigger reason for the panther having to hunt in inhabited areas. Reduced forests? Humans encroaching on forest lands?”
See the Comments Here:
Scary! There must be bigger reason for panther having to hunt in inhabited areas. Reduced forests? Humans encroaching on forest lands?
— My 🧬 is ॐ🇮🇳 (@_Dristikone_) March 3, 2021
Reminds me of the desperate howling of the local dogs at some nights, and the next day we found one missing. This was when we stayed in a forest mining settlement. We never saw the perpetrator, but the locals said it was the handiwork of the leopards.
— Jyoti Shankar Roy Choudhury (@JSRoyChoudhury) March 3, 2021
Humans are the culprits of Mother Earth. We don’t deserve it.#WorldWildlifeDay
— Anand Golchha (@Anandgolchha11) March 3, 2021
Poor Dog but that’s nature .
— Suryakant Mishra (@Suryaka16223927) March 3, 2021
— Mohammad Tarique 🇮🇳 (@emperor_mohd) March 3, 2021
Source: India Today
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