Leopard: Impossible Rescues
Asia • 16m
Wildlife SOS is the largest wildlife rescue group in India with 12 regional centers managing many species. Emerging out of the jungle, near human populations, Leopards find themselves in the most precarious situations. This film reveals the efforts of Wildlife SOS’ teams to capture and treat these Leopards for release or sanctuary care.
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