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Padubidri: Leopard trapped by forest officials near Santhur


Team Udayavani, Aug 21, 2020, 11:11 AM IST

A leopard which was spotted near residential area in Santhur, Padubidri, Kaup Taluk has been trapped by the forest department officials.

The leopard was said to be trapped near the house of Ravi Shetty in Santhur. It is said that the leopard was found roaming near Ravi Shetty’s house and the visuals have been captured in CCTV.

The leopard fell into the trap around midnight on Thursday, Aug 20. The forest officials are making necessary arrangements to shift the leopard to a safe place in the forest.

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