There is nothing more joyful than watching wild animals released into their natural habitat. Indian Forest Service Officer Parveen Kaswan recently shared a video that evoked similar feelings.
In the video, a group of forestry officers can be seen in the middle of a clearing in a jungle. Soon a herd of deer can be seen pouncing. Deer do long jumps and jump in the wild with enthusiasm.
The herd was released as part of the forestry department’s prey base augmentation program.
This is what freedom looks like. Last year, deer translocation was part of our prey base augmentation program. pic.twitter.com/fQ4w8YmrS1
– Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) December 29, 2021
According to Parveen Kaswan, the video was shot by him last year at 5 am at a location he described as “somewhere in the heart of a protected area”.
So far, the video has racked up over 40,000 views on social media.
The same should be done to all wild animals in the #zoo
Freedom should not be given in cages.
Yeah, the economy will shrink, but that can be changed, right ??? https://t.co/N3vwBP8B9C
– Vi னோ थ. (@ Vinothvk18N) December 30, 2021
What a moment for them. Humans are never superior to any living being, it is always mutual coexistence. https://t.co/JDNn430ovW
– Aaron (@ Shakur95Jr) December 30, 2021
This leap of joy! https://t.co/pA9YOwAxUQ
– का आभूषण (@LipikaB) December 30, 2021
– Arya Biswas (@aryabiswas) December 30, 2021
Earlier this month, Kaswan shared a heartwarming video of a Himalayan black bear rushes into the wild after being released from a truck. In a world where news of wild animals takes center stage Residential areas making the news, such videos affirm the importance of maintaining and conserving the natural habitat of animals.