A red panda was recently rescued from a river in Arunachal Pradesh’s Shi-Yomi area.
On Saturday, June 26, the panda was released back into the wild. The video of the red panda has gone insanely viral on the internet, eliciting adoring responses from netizens.
Ramesh Pandey, an Indian Jungle Service Officer, uploaded a video of the panda being released into the forest. The red panda in the cage is seen in this 22-second film. The forest officials then carry the pen into the jungle and unlock the doors, allowing the red panda to escape through the cage’s doors effortlessly.
The panda ultimately gets out of the cage and flees into the jungle after a bit of hustling while figuring out the escape route.
In the comments section of the video, Ramesh Pandey said, “The joy of seeing a rescued Red Panda released in Arunachal Pradesh. Before calling it a day, here’s a lovely video.” The film, which is credited to Arunachal Times, has had over 68.9 thousand views so far.
Many lovely comments were left on the video by netizens. “Yes, Sir, freedom is the highest delight for both those who obtain it and those who assist in obtaining it,” one user said. “The best moment of a human is when he/she frees someone from any chains and allows them to soar or live their original lives,” another user said. “Speed of freedom n pleasure surrounding beautiful,” another person said. The joy of seeing a rescued Red Panda released in Arunachal Pradesh. Before calling it a day, here’s a lovely video.
According to a PTI report, Tony Mosing and Takar Kotin Mosu rescued the red panda from the Yargyap-Chu River in Mechukha. For saving the panda, the rescuers were also given a monetary incentive.