- IFS officer Akash Deep Badhawan took to Twitter to share a stunning picture of a leopard outside a forest rest house.
- The big cat can be seen taken a stroll outside the rest house in Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, where the Divisional Forest Officer is posted.
- The IFS officer said the encounter was “like a Ruskin Bond story.”
People often consider becoming a forest ranger or a wildlife officer as an occupation for the sheer thrill it comes with. Imagine coming face to face with some of the most majestic wild animals and being paid for it.
The IFS officer wrote, “Like a Ruskin Bond story, met this one outside a Forest Rest House and we spent a good amount of time in each other’s company last night. So much wildlife history in the walls of these 120 plus years old FRH of Katarniaghat.”
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Shared on Wednesday, May 11, the rear view of the formidable big cat walking on a driveway has captured the internet’s fascination as people online shared some interesting reactions.
“Want to live in this house and go for a post dinner walk,” wrote one user while another one hysterically replied, “You might end up being dinner in that case.
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