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A leopard was lurking among the thick vegetation that flanked a road and lunged itself at a motorcycle that passed by.
An employee of the Indian forestry service shared the video showing a leopard lunging himself against a motorcycle and its two passengers, who were saved by a few centimeters from the cat’s claws, UPI reports.
The video of the incident was tweeted by the Forest Service officer, Susanta Nanda, who commented as follows: “Everyone expected to give way to the true owner [of this area], the leopard, when a motorcyclist wanted to get his way. It was his last trip, “Nanda wrote.
Nanda said the video was filmed by a driver who had stopped to give the leopard a safe distance to cross, but that the motorcycle had advanced to other vehicles and followed the road without noticing the animal.
“Please, learn to respect wildlife,” she urged.
How could the leopard miss it🤔All were waiting to give right of way to its real owner, the leopard, when a motorcyclist wanted to have his way. Would have been his last ride. Please learn to respect the wild🙏🏼🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/j2yZiwEx7K
— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) 15 November 2019