Updated: January 18, 2022 10:08:03 am
The joy of watching animals in a jungle is insurmountable and wildlife lovers have always been in awe of the power and alacrity they possess.
And now a jaw-dropping video shared by Twitter handle WildLense Eco Foundation has been doing the rounds of social media leaving people mesmerised at a deer.
The deer is seen leaping as high as the height of a man as it attempts to “cross the road”. It can be seen emerging near a water body and making a jump across the mud pathway at lightning speed.
As it jumps to that great height, it seems like the animal is moving through the air. Then it safely lands on the opposite side and manages to hastily escape into the wilderness.
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A buzzing sound heard in the background adds to the awe of watching the animal. As the camera pans, a man also seen in the video is also stunned by the deer’s act.
Watch the video here:
— WildLense® Eco Foundation 🇮🇳 (@WildLense_India) January 15, 2022
The caption of the clip reads, “And the gold medal for long & high jump goes to…….” The video has amassed more than 41,000 views so far.
Netizens were left stunned after watching the video. “Wow, never seen such a long jump from anybody but this one is literally flying,” commented a user.
Wow 🤩 never seen such a long jump from anybody but this one is literally flying 😲👏👌
— Suresh Kumar (@sureshkumars23) January 16, 2022
Yes the gold medal goes to daring ‘Deer’ what a jump! I can’t believe this .
— Reeta Sinha (@ReetaSinha10) January 16, 2022
Evolving to be a flying deer.
— ULHAS SODANKOOR BHAT (@ulhascs79) January 16, 2022
Whoa this felt straight out of some Action movie..
— Ruchit Mehrotra (@iamruchit_m) January 16, 2022
Before this, Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Parveen Kaswan shared a video of a herd of deer seen enthusiastically leaping out to freedom. The herd was released as part of the forest department’s prey base augmentation programme.
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