Leopardess responsible for killing three persons trapped

He said that the female was a healthy adult and the authorities had been comtemplating to shift it to Lucknow Zoo

Balrampur (Uttar Pradesh): After taking a toll of three human lives and thereafter playing hide and seek for a considerable period of time, finally the leopardess which had unleashed a reign of terror in a area here  was trapped on Wednesday. He said that the female was a healthy adult and the authorities had been contemplating to shift it to Lucknow More...

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