Mumbai Four leopards in conflict with humans brought to Sanjay Gandhi National Park

  • | Monday | 27th July, 2020

Three of the captured four leopards brought to the leopard rescue centre at SGNPAfter incidents of human-animal conflict in Nashik in which four people lost their lives and few others were injured, four leopards have been captured from the area and brought to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Sources from the Forest Department told mid-day that a male leopard suspected of attacking people is yet to be captured. According to a Forest Department official, between July 2 and July 22 four animals were trapped in the area. A three-year-old female along with two males and a sub-adult cub were shifted to the Leopard Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre at SGNP. The Forest Department has also been using drones to check the activity of leopards.

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