Wordless Wednesday (57) – Here I come

Posted: February 2, 2016 in Animals, Bikramism, Experiences, Interesting, Photos, Safari, Unlikely things
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It is Hard to Climb the Concrete Walls

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Can you See me

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  1. Did it enter a residential area?

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  2. Prajakta says:

    What?? Where was this taken?

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  3. anisnest says:

    Did you take these pics? Is this close to your neighborhood? Scary…

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    • Bikramjit says:

      No, this is in india.. and my friend who is a journalist with a newspaper took these pics.

      and yes close to the neighbourhood i live in india.. its amazing, I also have a video of the whole episode but cant seem to put it up 😦

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  4. Arch says:

    Omg! That’s so scary!
    Previously I used to have nightmares of a Lion entering our street. This is like that!

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  5. OMG! Hope the leopard had been rescued in time..and no one was hurt

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  6. This is scary. Which sector it is?

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  7. jaishvats says:

    Oh my God! Scary

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  8. KaurSimran7 says:

    Gosh!! :O this is scary!

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  9. Priya says:

    This is scary ….. we are overpopulating and encroaching more and more into the natural habitat …. hope no one was hurt.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      oh yes we are . and i am sure one day the wild will retaliate and then what we are going to do is everyone’s guess probably end up destrying the whole of the wild.. and yes no one got hurt jsut a few bruised ego’s of our ill equipped forest department and its oficers

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  10. ANooP says:

    This looks like someone’s house. I hope everything is fine with the leopard and the person staying that house.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  11. OMG…it’s a locality! I hope everything and everyone were in good shape, including the animal….

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  12. Alok Singhal says:

    Reading the comments above, my main doubt is clear …it looks scary though!

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  13. whoa! this is scary? I hope no one got hurt, including the big cat!

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  14. obsessivemom says:

    Whaaaat? That’s a leopard in a residential area?? This is dead scary.

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  15. Greenboochi says:

    Gosh.. Where was this? Punjab?

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  16. Jay says:

    *shudder* It’s not something that I would like to see in my house compound!

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  17. Did he come inside the house? He looks beautiful!

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  18. That’s a Jaguar, right?? In a residential area? That’s scary!

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  19. Parul Thakur says:

    Omg! That looks so scary! Imagine that big a cat on your terrace :/

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  20. Hemangini says:

    wow this is awesome… your friend is really brave.

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  21. purbaray says:

    WTF!
    This is what happens when you cut down jungles.

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  22. Hummingwords says:

    these pics are enough to scare me πŸ˜›
    Humans have encroached the wild ares and this is obvious.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Exactly humans are slowly taking over .. and had this magnificient creature hurt a human it probably would have been shot .. which is such a shame.. no human is shot for encroaching his area..

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  23. Rinks says:

    Dangerous intruder…!!

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  24. poonam says:

    oh my god

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  25. dNambiar says:

    My my!!
    Beautiful and scary at the same time. πŸ™‚

    I’d like to hear more…

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Well after an 8 hour struggle the ill equipped forest department managed to catch it, hold it in a net and then cage it.. later once it got checked over by a supposedly veterinarian he was released .. I think once the leopard entered the maze of concrete it got confused and did not know what to do.. but all is well that ends well ..

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      • dNambiar says:

        Heard about that incident in a school Bangalore? I watched the video and my heart was in my throat. That was another beautiful creature in the concrete jungle. It was scary at the same time. I hear they needed 10 hours to get the situation under control.

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  26. Rajlakshmi says:

    whaatttt… no way… that’s so cool. Dangerous… but cool πŸ˜€

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  27. Novroz says:

    Oh mu God?? is that for real???
    Must be very scary. I hope both leopard and the people are safe

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    • Bikramjit says:

      πŸ™‚ yes that is for real.. yes everyone was safe the wildlife officers managed to capture him after about 6 hours of hide and seek.. and then left him in the jungle close by ..

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  28. Oh this is so scary…!

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  29. inquisitivegeet says:

    That was a great theme for Wordless Wednesday.. Said lot of things without a single word!
    Good job Bikram πŸ™‚

    Cheers

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  30. sm says:

    beautifully captured hope he is back in his home

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  31. Shilpa Garg says:

    OMG!! This happened in Chandigarh!! Scary and shocking!

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    • Bikramjit says:

      πŸ™‚ I know .. it was scary .. but I missed a chance .. had i been there I thought it would have been good to introduce a tiger with another tiger HE HE HE HE HE HE HE πŸ™‚ ooops I had to get this out of my system he he he

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  32. ruchira says:

    wow! thank god the residents were inside.

    Was it caught?

    The pic gave me the shivers…am sure the locals would have got the jitters too 😦

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  33. gc1963 says:

    Whoa!!! That’s some pic…Was it in the main city? How did you tame it? πŸ™‚

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  34. sujathasathya says:

    Nice pics though would definitely not want more of this happening…..animals coming into human space becaue we took over theirs.

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