Nashik, August 20
A leopardess has taken shelter in a vacant home outdoors a village alongside along with her 4 cubs close to right here in Maharashtra, prompting forest division officers to deploy guards within the space and prohibit entry of individuals.
According to forest officers, the leopardess had introduced her 4 cubs within the dilapidated home, positioned in an agriculture discipline of a farmer, Rajendra Tandale, on August 15 night time.
The home is close to Nandgaon Sado village underneath Igatpuri taluka of Nashik district.
Tandale lives in his home within the village at current and the one within the discipline is in a dilapidated situation and subsequently stays unused.
When it was discovered that the leopardess has taken shelter in the home alongside along with her 4 cubs, which the officers stated look like 15 days previous, villagers knowledgeable the forest division about it.
Following this, forest division officers arrange CCTV cameras within the space to watch the motion of the wild animal.
An August 19 footage has captured the leopardess feeding her 4 cubs.
Igatpuri taluka is receiving heavy rains for the final 10-12 days and subsequently the wild animal could have taken shelter in the home after popping out of a close-by forest, the officers stated.
The animal could return to the forest when rains subside, they stated.
At current, forest guards have been deployed within the space, the place entry of individuals has been restricted, the officers stated. PTI