The people of the country are angry over the news of the death of a pregnant elephant in Kerala. Meanwhile, the news that sets a bravery and example comes from the Indian Army. The soldiers of the Indian Army have done a wonderful job. This is the case of Arunachal. To save the life of a pregnant deer here, army personnel jumped into the river and they saved his life.
This incident is on 2 June. EasternCommand gave this information on his twitter page. Sharing this post, it wrote, 'The Indian Army unit saved a female barking deer from drowning in the Jiding Kho river on 2 June. After this, first aid was done with the help of forest department. It was later abandoned in the Eagles Nest Wildlife Sanctuary.' According to reports, this army team had gone out on patrolling. If he saw this scene on the way, then he saved his life.
This species of deer is on the verge of extinction. Barking deer are those deer around which when there is a predator, they start making sounds like a dog barking. For this reason, it is called Barking Fear. People have appreciated the soldiers of the army. He said that we can learn from the soldiers how to save animals.
Unit of successfully rescued a female Barking Deer from Jiding Kho River on 02 Jun. It was given first aid in coord with the local Forest Dept & later released in Eagles Nest Wildlife Sanctuary— EasternCommand_IA (@easterncomd)