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Leopards spotted again near Bangalore school

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Leopards spotted again near Bangalore school

India Blooms News Service | 10 Feb 2016, 05:21 pm
Bangalore, Feb 10 (IBNS) Two more leopards were seen roaming near the Vibgyor school at Varthur in Bangalore on Tuesday, only two days after a leopard had entered the school premises and was captured later, said media reports quoting forest officials.
As a precautionary measure, the school declared a holiday on Wednesday.
Reports said at least two leopards were spotted.
Earlier on Sunday, ending  a long operation, officials captured a leopard which had entered the school close to Bangalore city in Karnataka.

CCTV footage showed the animal was wandering around the corridors of Vibgyor School which is located in Kundalahalli area.

According to reports, a security guard in the school first spotted the animal after 4 am and flashed the alert.

Forest department personnel later reached the school and started their attempts to capture the leopard.

The animal was tranquilized and later captured by officials.

Leopards spotted again near Bangalore school

India Blooms News Service
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