VIDEO: A two-year-old lioness was rescued from an 80-foot-deep well by villagers in western India.
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The cub got separated from its pride after entering the village and fell down the well when it tried to jump across the opening. It took six hours for the villagers to reach the cub, all while treading water to keep her head above water. A man was lowered down the well in a metal cage so he could put a lasso around the big cat. After being treated for minor injuries, the cub was released in the forest.
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