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( This post was last modified: 08-15-2017, 07:10 AM by Rishi )

@Apollo It could have been the tranqs... Gaur sre notoriously sensitive to sedatives. 
That's why forest department try to avoid sedating them unlsss absolutely necessary. Do you recognise the risk they took by trying to pull them apart while they were awake??!!! That's the reason..
You can see so many videos of gaurs roaming into human settlements because of that.

Anyways, sad...But naturally they should have ended up as "cat-food"..So..fair enough.
In the wild, expect the unexpected, as we humans haven't really much clue of what to expect.
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Large Condor Regularly visits Man who saved it's life as a Baby.


The condor was nursed back to health by the man after the bird fell from his mother's nest as a baby.

And the condor clearly didn't forget his rescuer, as video footage shows the pair greeting each other with hugs and one big warm embrace, after the condor returned.

After being rescued, the condor – the largest bird in North America – was then able to learn how to fly and return to normal life.

It is not unusual for the condor to fly back and visit its rescuer, and according to locals the bird is said to return to visit the man fairly frequently.






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