Forest officials rescue Asian antelope from 40-foot-deep well in central India

Forest officials in Dangi Dahar, Madhya Pradesh, managed to haul an Asian antelope out from a 40-foot-deep well on Sunday (February 14). Officials were alerted after locals found the animal in the well on Sunday morning. Footage shows the nilgai, the largest Asian antelope species, trapped at the bottom of the pit as officials plan their rescue effort. The rescue team managed to haul the nilgai up out of the well using a large net and some ropes. Officials later released the antelope into a forest in the Parsoriya region after the two hour rescue.