Indian Forest Service officer Praveen Kaswan shared a video of a Himalayan black bear on his Twitter handle. According to the tweets shared by the officer, the bear was stranded at a location far from the forest. It was rescued without any injury to the animal or people and released back in its natural habitat.

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In the 30-second video, forest officials are seen carrying a cage. Locals are seen gathered around it trying to get a sneak peak at the animal. The black bear is then seen running excitedly towards the forest as it is released.

The officer shared the video on his Twitter handle on February 28 and it has received more than 46,000 views so far. The video was captioned, “What freedom looks like!! A Himalayan Black Bear was stranded. Our teams launched the operation in the morning. Rescue work was successful, without any injury to people or animals. Teamwork.”

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“Various teams reached the location for rescue and also for crowd control. The location was very far from the forest. After a medical check-up the animal was released in its natural habitat,” he further said in the tweet.

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People praised the IFS officer and the forest officials for rescuing the bear. One user said, “Commendable teamwork and leadership. God bless wilderness and its guardians.” Another wrote, “Commendable work done.” “Everyone loves to be there where they belong,” said a third user.