A Sambar deer sneaked into Pakistan via the Wagah border
Earlier this week, there was some illegal movement at the Pakistan-India Wagah Border. Someone sneaked inside the country. He was fast. But the authorities were awestruck when they caught hold of him.
The four-legged sly visitor is a Sambar deer, one of the rarest and largest species of deer in the subcontinent.
The animal, approximately 130cm tall, with majestic antlers and strong legs, is a vulnerable species. He accidentally crossed the border and has now found a new home in the Lahore Zoo with his cousins.
Watch this video to find out more about the animal.