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Sunday, September 21, 2014

This Man-eater Leopard Likes Drunk Men Only

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As per a report:

A man-eating leopard in Uttarakhand has become infamous for his peculiar habit of killing inebriate male folks. The Didihat region in Kumaon hills is reeling under the terror of the jungle cat for the past two and half years, during which the leopard has been involved in killing a dozen villagers. Such is the fear that the locals make it a point to return home before sunset.

 The jungle cat has spread its reign of terror over the past two-and-a-half years, in the Didihat region of the Kumoan hills in Himalayan India. Repeated attempts have been made to shoot the elusive leopard after the Uttarakhand Forest Department declared it as a man-eater. The beast began its killing spree in January 2012, attacking a 46-year-old man from the Simar village. And the spotted killer went on to claim five more victims that year and five in 2013. So far in 2014, two more victims have perished, the latest one a 44-year-old on August 1.

 Villagers have voiced fears that the animal is preying on men stumbling home drunk after dark. It is believed the animal is between 10 and 12-years-old and may have developed a taste for human flesh when it was unable to catch its favoured food, dogs. Many villagers in the region now return home before sundown and carry sticks as the travel through forested areas. Attempts to hunt down the dangerous wild cat have failed.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Naqsh Designs said...

Leopards are man eaters! what about woman! It is a human eater. Its really very dangerous to step out after sunset. The wild life authorities must take any strict action for this issue or forest must be under strict surveillance or fencing boundary.

January 14, 2016 at 12:27 PM  

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