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A four year old female ‪#‎Hyena‬ was rescued by the ‪#‎WildlifeSOS‬ Rapid Response Unit and the U.P. Forest Department, following a brutal attack by a mob of villagers in Agra. The hyena was in critical condition and is currently undergoing treatment. Know more in this report by The Times of India here: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/agra/Hyena-rescued-by-Wildlife-SOS-Rapid-Response-Unit/articleshow/52402219.cms?from=mdr

Hyena rescued by Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit - Times of India

Precious Four Update: We saw our lovely pachyderms, Goldie and Sylvie, munching on bananas this morning. Goldie was seen literally stuffing her mouth with bananas and in the process she also stole Ruby and Pearl's treats. :P Looks like we have a new banana thief in our elephant family!  #ThePreciousFour

Precious Four Update: We saw our lovely pachyderms, Goldie and Sylvie, munching on bananas this morning. Goldie was seen literally stuffing her mouth with bananas and in the process she also stole Ruby and Pearl's treats. :P Looks like we have a new banana thief in our elephant family! #ThePreciousFour

#ThrowbackThursday: Rescued in 2007 from the Kistward district of Jammu, #Sahib was less than 1 yr old when he was left orphaned following an incident of man-animal conflict.Hand reared by our experienced veterinarians, Sahib is now a healthy 9 yr old who loves eating apples & spends a lot of time climbing trees at the #DachigamRescueCenter in #Kashmir. Our Project in Kashmir also involves working with local communities and sensitizing them to increase tolerance & encouraging coexistence

#ThrowbackThursday: Rescued in 2007 from the Kistward district of Jammu, #Sahib was less than 1 yr old when he was left orphaned following an incident of man-animal conflict.Hand reared by our experienced veterinarians, Sahib is now a healthy 9 yr old who loves eating apples & spends a lot of time climbing trees at the #DachigamRescueCenter in #Kashmir. Our Project in Kashmir also involves working with local communities and sensitizing them to increase tolerance & encouraging coexistence

The #WildlifeSOS team in Agra rescued a 12 foot long #Python weighing 23.5 kgs from National Highway-2 (Agra-Mathura highway). The big constrictor is currently kept under observation and will be released back into its natural habitat, once deemed fit. For more information, read the coverage by The Times of India here;http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/agra/Wildlife-SOS-rescues-big-python-in-Agra/articleshow/53915030.cms

The #WildlifeSOS team in Agra rescued a 12 foot long #Python weighing 23.5 kgs from National Highway-2 (Agra-Mathura highway). The big constrictor is currently kept under observation and will be released back into its natural habitat, once deemed fit. For more information, read the coverage by The Times of India here;http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/agra/Wildlife-SOS-rescues-big-python-in-Agra/articleshow/53915030.cms

Six #Peacock chicks were rescued by the #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit from Kachora village in #Agra, after their mother died from a high voltage electric shock. Since the chicks are barely around 2 weeks old, they are incapable of eating and surviving on their own.The orphaned birds are currently under care of Wildlife SOS.

Six #Peacock chicks were rescued by the #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit from Kachora village in #Agra, after their mother died from a high voltage electric shock. Since the chicks are barely around 2 weeks old, they are incapable of eating and surviving on their own.The orphaned birds are currently under care of Wildlife SOS.

A #SpottedOwlet was rescued by #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit from the terrace of a house in Delhi Gate, #Agra.  The owlet had injured its wings and legs and is currently undergoing treatment. If you come across any wild bird in distress in Agra region, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9917109666

A #SpottedOwlet was rescued by #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit from the terrace of a house in Delhi Gate, #Agra. The owlet had injured its wings and legs and is currently undergoing treatment. If you come across any wild bird in distress in Agra region, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9917109666

The #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit rescued a #RatSnake from a residential area in Noida. The reptile was found to be in good health and has been released back into its natural habitat. If you come across any reptile in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9871963535.

The #WildlifeSOS Rapid Response Unit rescued a #RatSnake from a residential area in Noida. The reptile was found to be in good health and has been released back into its natural habitat. If you come across any reptile in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9871963535.

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The #WildlifeSOS Rapid response unit rescued a #CheckeredKeelback which had wandered into a residential complex in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. The snake was found to be healthy and has been released back into the wild. If you come across any wild reptile in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9871963535.

The #WildlifeSOS Rapid response unit rescued a #CheckeredKeelback which had wandered into a residential complex in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. The snake was found to be healthy and has been released back into the wild. If you come across any wild reptile in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS #Helpline Mobile 9871963535.

The ‪#‎WildlifeSOS‬ Rapid Response unit rescued a ‪#‎Nilgai‬ (Blue bull)calf from a residential colony in Faridabad. The calf's hind legs were paralyzed and the animal is currently kept under treatment.  If you come across any wild animal in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS ‪#‎Helpline‬ Mobile 9871963535.

The Rapid Response unit rescued a calf from a residential colony in Faridabad. The calf's hind legs were paralyzed and is currently kept under observation. If you come across any wild animal in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS Mobile

‪#‎WildlifeSOS‬ rescued a ‪#‎Cobra‬ that was found coiled up in the helmet compartment of a scooter in a residential area in South Delhi.  The snake is currently under observation at our rescue facility and will soon be released back into its natural habitat. If you come across any wild animal in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS ‪#‎Helpline‬ Mobile 9871963535.

‪#‎WildlifeSOS‬ rescued a ‪#‎Cobra‬ that was found coiled up in the helmet compartment of a scooter in a residential area in South Delhi. The snake is currently under observation at our rescue facility and will soon be released back into its natural habitat. If you come across any wild animal in distress in Delhi NCT, please call the Wildlife SOS ‪#‎Helpline‬ Mobile 9871963535.

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