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Malady: Leopardess captured after a month’s effort


Team Udayavani, Dec 12, 2019, 12:26 PM IST

Kundapur: A leopardess that had been spreading panic among villagers of Malady near Kundapur was captured by the forest department officials on Thursday, December 12.

The officials trapped the female leopard inside a cage by using a dog as bait.

Following complaints from villagers about the leopard killing their pet animals, forest department officials had set up a cage in Malady to trap the leopard a month ago near Shri Nandikeshava temple.

On Thursday with the help of two local residents, Suresh Devadiga and Sathish Devadiga, the forest department successfully caught the leopard.

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