Kerala: A wild bull came midway in the night, threw the autorickshaw in the air, watch video – न्यूज़लीड India

Kerala: A wild bull came midway in the night, threw the autorickshaw in the air, watch video


The bull tried to overturn the autorickshaw

In the video which is going viral, other people including the auto driver are taking the vehicle from the road. Meanwhile a wild bull comes on the road. Despite this, the autorickshaw driver takes the rickshaw and goes near the bull. Meanwhile the bull comes close to the autorickshaw and lifts it by the horn. However, the autorickshaw does not turn. After this the wild bull runs away. This video has been made by a person carrying a car on the road.

hence the attack

hence the attack

It is believed that the wild bull attacked the autorickshaw because it was disturbed by the flashing headlights of the vehicles. A user has written about this that we should not use fancy and flashing lights. Because it makes animals aggressive. At the same time, a user has also mentioned a 9-year-old incident. The user told that 9 years ago he was going in a jeep with his uncle at night. During this a wild bull came and overturned the other jeep standing in front by lifting it in the ditch.

The video has been viewed by so many people

The video has been viewed by so many people

This video of wild bull has garnered over 387,000 views and nearly 4,000 likes so far. The video shocked and worried the viewers. Users have also commented in many ways regarding this video. Along with this, users have also appealed to the people to be careful.

These wild animals are found in these places in Kerala

These wild animals are found in these places in Kerala

The Indian bison (wild bull) is mainly found in the hilly regions of the Western Ghats such as Bandipur, Wayanad and Mudumalai. They are big cattle. Their weight ranges from 700 kg to 800 kg. Apart from India, these wild animals are found in South and Southeast Asia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China and Nepal. Although at present they have become completely extinct in countries like Sri Lanka.

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