Here’s ‘the oldest & the only elephant to be living beyond 100 years’

Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda has shared a clip of the oldest elephant in the world. In the clip, the 105-year-old elephant, Vatsala, is seen standing calmly in a field with chains in its leg and moving its trunk. The clip has garnered more than 14,000 views since being shared on Sunday.
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5 days ago

Leopard gets rescued from an open well, IFS officer urges for action

IFS officer Susanta Nanda often takes to his Twitter handle to share several fascinating videos. Many of these videos that he shares deal with animals getting rescued and rehabilitated. The leopard could be seen being carried up the well with the aid of a cot that it swiftly leaped up from.
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5 days ago

Leopard rescued from open well using ‘Mohenjo Daro Harappan technology’

A similar video was shared by Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda Saturday. The clip shows the leopard being lifted on top of a lowered cot. As the cot reaches the top of the well, the big cat swiftly climbs up and escapes with a growl.
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6 days ago

Video shows mother elephant struggling to save calf from being washed away in river

A video of a mother elephant saving her baby from being washed away in a river has gone viral. The video was shared by forest officer Susanta Nanda and has been melting hearts online. People on social media were glad that the baby was okay and did not get washed away while others loved how adults took care of the young one.
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6 days ago

Elephant herd provides security to calf, surround it on walk

A video of a herd of elephants walking on the road with a calf walking between them surfaced online. The video was shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda. The clip was shot in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore and has received more than 4.18 lakh views so far.
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1 weeks ago

Viral video of baby elephant being escorted in Z+++ Security will make your day WATCH

Viral video of baby elephant being escorted in 'Z+ Security' will make your day. The video was shared by an IFS Officer Susanta Nanda, who captioned the video, No body on earth can provide better security than an elephant herd to the cute newborn baby.
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1 weeks ago

Leopard rescued by forest officials after it fell into open well in Maharashtra

A leopard had to be rescued from an open well in Maharashtra. Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda shared the video of the rescue operation on Twitter. The video was shared on June 18 and it has received more than 16,000 views so far. The clip shows the leopard inside a cage which is pulled by ropes by a crane and the forest officials.
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1 weeks ago

‘Awesome moments from nature’: Watch how this tigress spends time with her...

Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda has shared one such video. The clip shows the tigress lying on a cemented road in the forests of Terai in Uttar Pradesh. The short clip has garnered more than 20,000 views on Twitter and netizens are loving it.
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3 weeks ago

‘After watching James Bond movies…,’ bird stalks cat and turns back when caught

An Indian Forest Service officer, Susanta Nanda, shared the video on Twitter on Sunday. His tweet titled “After watching James Bond movies…” soon got more than 55,000 views and thousands of likes. A Twitter user commented on the video, “Never seen such a patient cat, must be really well fed”
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3 weeks ago

This video shows ‘what tiger tourism should be’

Indian Forest Services officer Susanta Nanda shared a video of a tigress and her cubs crossing a mud trail. There is absolute silence in the video and the animals seem unbothered by the human presence. It appears that the video was shot by a person from one of the jeeps.
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4 weeks ago