Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Leopard enters man's house in Khareda in Gir West


Leopard enters man’s house in Khareda in Gir West

Times of India Ahmedabad Edition

Rajkot: One more incident of a wild animal entering in human habitat was registered near the famous Gir forest on Saturday late night, as a leopard entered in a house situated in Khareda village, on the edges of the forest around 20 km away from Una town in Junagadh district.

Sources said the leopard entered in the fenced open plot of a house owned by one Bhanabhai Kalabhai Parmar, where his cattle was kept. When the family members heard the noise of cattle, they woke up and locked the gate and informed forest officials.

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