Patrolling with India's cow protection vigilantes

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In India where the cow is a sacred creature, a group of vigilante rescuers work through the night to ensure the safety of local cattle. The group watches for smugglers whom intend to take the cattle to slaughter. Many of the volunteers range from teachers to politicians -- all with the same common interest -- to save their sacred creature.

India's Cow-Rescue Vigilantes
India's Cow-Rescue Vigilantes


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