Leopards killing cases in Uttarakhand

Leopard killing in the state is rising at an alarming rate, we only have around 11,000 of them left in the country, so it becomes our duty to conserve them and the government should come up with some protective measures to save the specie.

Uttarakhand (Killing of Leopards)

These days cases have been found of leopard killing in the state at a much faster rate. Police has found two leopard skins, gall bladder and also they had a catch of two people involved in the act. Since, we have very few of them left hence the state government should take the necessary measures to handle out the problem. In Uttarkashi, one person has been arrested for the same.
On September 21, three poachers were done under custody with the leopard skin found with them in Rishikesh. This was made possible by the Wildlife Protection Society of India as they always keep an eye for the different crimes done on wildlife.

Statistics tell us that now we have less than eleven thousand leopards in the whole country and last year 180 of them were found missing. This is really an alarming situation for all of us. If at the right time no protective measures would be taken then surely this specie will get extinct like dinosaurs' and others. Although tigers' conservation is done more but leopards are also belonging to the same race, they need a check on their numbers so that they must be left for our future generations. These are considered as the big cat and hence a matter of real concern for all of us. Hunters should think that for their own benefits they are killing specie which is left in numbers only.

Although these leopards are versatile cats, they are found everywhere but at Uttarakhand they have more en-counters with the local people, henceforth for this very purpose of security they are killed more. They have a bit more killing ratio as compared to the tigers. Therefore, this becomes the priority of the government/people to stop this evil and to let live their lives with full vigor.


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