| Chandigarh |
Revealed: Might 9, 2020 1:57:46 pm
A five-year-old leopard, which was rescued from an empty water tank on Thursday, died at Kurukshetra’s Pipli Zoo on Saturday. The leopard, which had a lacking paw, was rescued from a 15-foot deep water empty tank close to Tikri village in the Morni Hills in Panchkula on Thursday.
The medical report of the leopard’s accidents revealed that it was a case of poaching and it had obtained entangled in a paw lure, resulting from which the feline had misplaced its proper paw round 5 days in the past earlier than being noticed in the water tank.
The Haryana Wildlife Division has ordered an FIR underneath related sections of the Wildlife Safety Act 1972 with the Panchkula police.
“The rescued leopard died at Pipli Zoo. We concluded that it had lost its right paw in a trap. I have ordered the field staff to comb the entire area for the trap,” mentioned Alok Verma, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (wildlife), Haryana.
He added that the leopard was severely dehydrated and ravenous when it was rescued. “It drank at least five litres of water in once instance when it was brought out of the empty water tank. The exact cause of death will be clear only after the postmortem examination,” he mentioned.
Sources mentioned senior wildlife division officers have been additionally reviewing the rescue operation in which the three dart pictures fired to make the large cat unconscious didn’t work.
The primary two makes an attempt have been made by veterinarian Dr Anil Kumar and his subordinate. The third try was made by native police ASI Maan Singh however the stress of the drug was low. The fourth dart was additionally fired by ASI Maan Singh and it labored.
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