Chittoor (Andhra Pradesh) [India], July 1 (ANI): As the coronavirus crisis has halted human activity and emboldened the animals to explore the villages, suburbs and cities, recently, a deer was rescued by the locals after it lost its way and entered Madhavaram village of Chittoor district in the later hours of Monday.

"A deer came into Madhavaram village, Tavanampalle Mandal of Chittoor district as it lost track. The dogs in the village tried to attack it. In respite, local people rescued the deer and kept it in the school premises," Tavanampalle police station sub-inspector Rajasekhar Reddy told ANI.

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"On Tuesday morning, the villagers called forest department officials who gave first aid to the deer and left in the forest area," he added. (ANI)

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