Leopard caught in snare, dies

Leopard caught in snare, dies

September 16, 2018

Suntikoppa: A seven to eight-year-old male leopard, which had entered a farm in search of food, died after getting caught in a snare at Krishna Farm in Mathikaadu.

The carcass of the leopard was found by a labourer who was plucking fruits and he immediately informed the farm owner who visited the spot and informed the Forest officials.

In his complaint, the farm owner has stated that someone had installed a snare to the fence of his farm and the leopard was caught in the snare and had died.

Forest officials, who visited the spot, registered a case based on the complaint by the farm owner.


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