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One more Leopard captured alive in Budgam village: Officials

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One more Leopard captured alive in Budgam village: Officials
One more Leopard captured alive in Budgam village: Officials
One more Leopard captured alive in Budgam village: Officials

Budgam, Jun 18 : The Wildlife Department on Friday morning captured another Leopard alive in Kalshipora area of Khan Sahib in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.An official told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that after getting information about the wild animal roaming near residential area, a team of Wildlife department officials reached the spot and captured it alive.He said that the department has asked its men to remain alert at every place where from they receive information about the Leopard.He said that they will take the Leopard to safe place and set it free—(KNO)

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