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Leopard spreads terror by attacking people

A horrifying video of a leopard attacking people while chasing a dog in India is going viral on social media application Twitter.

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Indian Forest Service officers Sushant Nanda and Saket Badola shared the video of the horrific incident in the city of Mysore in Karnataka state.

The video begins with a big cat following a dog. During the chase, it crashed into a motorcycle, causing a man and a child to fall. They miraculously survived.

The video ended with the leopard chasing the man who had tried to stone him.

Sushant Nanda tweeted that later the forest department officials pacified the leopard.

“Disturbing visuals from Mysore. The mob is only adding to the already stressed leopard,” he wrote. “Latest, it has been safely pacified by forest department officials. The only mistake was that it was seen. After which the people went wild and the real jungle fought for safety.

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It is noteworthy that many leopards have created panic in the urban and rural areas of the country. People have been killed and seriously injured in these attacks.

A video of a policeman and forest department officials coming under a leopard attack in India is viral on social media.

A viral video shared on Twitter by Panipat Superintendent of Police Shashank Kumar Sawan shows the big cat attacking officials as they try to control the situation in Behrampur village in Panipat district of Haryana state.

There were others who tried to help him.

A report by a foreign news agency said it happened when they were conducting an operation to capture the leopard, which was spotted by the villagers.

The officials managed to control the situation and pacified the animal. The injured have been identified as Jagjit Singh along with Virendra Gahlian and Ashok Khasa, who have been admitted to the hospital.