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Langur rescued from a tower by Jhalana forest officials
Jaipur: A langur was rescued on Saturday evening at Jhalana Leopard Safari. The langur climbed to the top of the more than 150 feet high camera tower of the Safari in an attempt to save from a panther. The langur kept sitting there hungry and thirsty for about 20 hours.
A tourist informed First India News and also shared a photo and the matter was reported to the forest department.
On information, the Joint Rescue Team of the Forest Department, Fire Brigade and Defence Institute reached Jhalana. Meanwhile, forest worker Ramkishore suggested that if he rescued the langur from such a height of camera tower, he might jump down out of fear, in which case his life could also be lost. So, he had to be careful in order to save his life.
So Ramkishore climbed the tower and naturally provoked the langur to descend.