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RAW VIDEO: Young Leopard Saved From Indian Well

Date:
April 7, 2013
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Summary:
Forest officials pull a leopard cub from an open well in Western India as locals call for action to prevent similar incidents.


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AP (Feb. 25, 2014) — A leopard wandered in to the bustling streets of Meerut, India Sunday injuring six people and driving residents indoors. Forestry officials and police cornered the leopard in a warehouse but it escaped by breaking through a concrete grill. (Feb. 25) Video provided by AP
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Indian Woman Recovers After Killing a Leopard With Sickle

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AFP (Aug. 27, 2014) — A 56-year-old Indian woman is recovering in hospital after killing a leopard that attacked her as she tended to her fields. Duration: 00:46 Video provided by AFP
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Animals Rescued By Volunteer Organization From Around the World

Animals Rescued By Volunteer Organization From Around the World

RightThisMinute (Feb. 9, 2015) — A pair of rescue organizations recently jumped into action to save some animals in different parts of the world. In clip one, a little puppy was recently saved from a big well by Animal Aid Unlimited in India. A man had to climb into the well and then get the little guy out of the area. In clip two, Simon Cowell from Wildlife Aid Foundation removed an owl from a living room on New Year's Day. After some struggling, the rescue was a success. Video provided by RightThisMinute
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Biofuel: A Resource of the Future

Biofuel: A Resource of the Future

Deutsche Welle (Aug. 11, 2013) — With flying cameras and three-dimensional nuclear spin imaging Ulrich Schurr is studying the growth of energy crops. Rapeseed, sugar beets, China grass - these are plants which can be easily processed to give fuel and raw materials for the chemical industry. But how well, how fast and how uniformly will these plants grow in a northern German climate? The plant scientist from the Jlich Research Center is convinced that energy crops will play a big role in the future - as long as their cultivation does not compete with food crop production. To what extent that is possible - that is being investigated by a newly founded research center: the Bioeconomy Science Center.
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