Hardoi, wild Animal, tendua, hardoi News – The team from the forestry office examined the scratch marks found on the fields

Forest workers look for scratch marks in the fields. conversation
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Bavan (Hardoi). Villagers feared it was a leopard after spotting tracks of wildlife in the field at Majra Sarai in town on Wednesday evening. On Thursday, the team from the forestry department examined the scratch marks found in the field. The team says these marks came from an animal like a jackal.
On Wednesday evening, villagers in Majra Sarai in Bawan village in the Lonar Kotwali area saw the claw marks of a wild animal in the field. Fearful of being a leopard, the villagers panicked and informed the police and the forestry department about it. Upon receiving the information, Kotwal Randha Singh and the forest staff reached the site on Thursday morning. Forest workers checked the scratch marks found on the field. According to team members, the claw tracks found in the field are much smaller than the leopard’s claw tracks. Their texture is also different. These signs are from a jackal or other animal. Attempts were also made to search the nearby fields, but the presence of leopard claw tracks in the area has not been confirmed. Forest inspector Devendra Yadav, Brajesh Kumar, forest guard Vaibhav Tripathi, Rajkumar Singh, Ramesh Yadav, Lakhan and Tejveer were present.

Bavan (Hardoi). Villagers feared it was a leopard after spotting tracks of wildlife in the field at Majra Sarai in town on Wednesday evening. On Thursday, the team from the forestry department examined the scratch marks found in the field. The team says these marks came from an animal like a jackal.

On Wednesday evening, villagers in Majra Sarai in Bawan village in the Lonar Kotwali area saw the claw marks of a wild animal in the field. Fearful of being a leopard, the villagers panicked and informed the police and the forestry department about it. Upon receiving the information, Kotwal Randha Singh and the forest staff reached the site on Thursday morning. Forest workers checked the scratch marks found on the field. According to team members, the claw tracks found in the field are much smaller than the leopard’s claw tracks. Their texture is also different. These signs are from a jackal or other animal. Attempts were also made to search the nearby fields, but the presence of leopard claw tracks in the area has not been confirmed. Forest inspector Devendra Yadav, Brajesh Kumar, forest guard Vaibhav Tripathi, Rajkumar Singh, Ramesh Yadav, Lakhan and Tejveer were present.

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