Leopard caged in Jorhat
First Published: 26th May, 2018 22:13 IST
A leopard that had unleashed a reign of terror at Duliya village in Garmur of Assam’s Jorhat district was finally caged. Officials of the forest department successfully caged the leopard
A leopard that had unleashed a reign of terror at Duliya village in Garmur of Assam’s Jorhat district was finally caged.
Officials of the forest department successfully caged the leopard today morning. The leopard besides preying on livestock had also attacked a number of villagers.
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