Coronavirus times are tough yet one of the best to live in. While humans are locked in the comfort of their homes, animals have taken the opportunity to head out and roam in alien habitats. In recent months, we have seen mountain goats making their way the streets, deers roaming on the streets and many more such incidents.
In one such similar incident, a black panther was spotted in the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Goa. Chief Minister, Dr. Pramod Sawant had also tweeted about it.
“A great glimpse of Goa’s rich wildlife. Black Panther camera trapped at Patiem Beat of Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary,” wrote the CM while sharing the photo.
The spotting of the animals reminded people of the pop culture characters we have grown up seeing. The first, and the obvious one, was our desi ‘Bagheera’ from Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’ which has been adapted into an animated movie as well as a live-action film by Disney.
Wow first time dekha ? Real may to maza aajayega— G NARESH (@GNARESH30211152) May 7, 2020
बघीरा वापिस आ गए— Mukesh Sinha (@MukeshS00888688) May 7, 2020
Mogli kahi dikhai nhi de raha….?— rajkuvar (@razkunwar98) May 8, 2020
All the more reason to not restart mining.— Ashley Fernandes (@ashleymalar) May 7, 2020
Goa is blessed with rich biodiversity, let’s try and preserve this for future generations !
Whoa??look at her black shining velvety fur?????— Milap Patel?? (@milap559) May 6, 2020
India get its own #BlackPanther?— Kriti Naja Jain?? (@jain_kriti_) May 7, 2020