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Mumbai: How the suspected Aarey Colony leopard gave clues for its capture.

The forest department could have ended up spending far more than 40 days tracking the notorious leopard had it not been for a chance encounter with the very big cat just two days earlier.

Officials and volunteers had seen that despite placing camera traps all over Film City, the suspected leopard was never clicked near the cages set up. This made them suspect that it was avoiding those paths. Their breakthrough came on September 12, when Mayur Kamath, honorary wildlife warden of the city, Imran Udat, a volunteer, and me were driving through Film City around 5.15 am.

A huge leopard crossed their path. The two parked the car slightly ahead and waited for 10 minutes till they saw the same leopard once again, boldly walking down the road. “We had a close encounter with the suspected leopard two days ago. Leopards are among the most elusive and shy animals, but this one was the opposite. This encounter gave me an insight into his behaviour and how we could catch him,” said Kamath.

Pic- Ranjeet Jadhav
To read more click the link below
m.mid-day.com/articles/mumbai-news-aarey-colony-leopard-capture-clues-big-cat-encounter/18580187

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A three-year-old suspected leopard that had killed one child and injured four others was trapped at film city on wee hours of Thursday. A team of 11 wildlife activists who spent several sleepless nights watching the problem cat's movements in a first-of-its kind control room played a crucial role in trapping the big cat.

How it worked
Since the control room was set up on August 16, Sanap, Surve and eight volunteers - Imran Udat , Kunal Chaudhari, Hitendra Pachkale, Kishor Patre, Kaushal Dubey, Ketan Vaidya, Prabhu Swami and Satish Lot - worked round the clock. While two teams would man the control room in 10-hour shifts, the third team would go and check the camera traps installed across Aarey Colony, made all the more necessary because of walkers who would cause disturbance around the camera traps despite requests to stay away from those areas.

The volunteers were also joined by Mayur Kamath, honorary wildlife warden of Mumbai who led the operation.

Caught at last
Around 1 am, the leopard was finally trapped at Film City, after which Ramgaonkar asked Range Forest Officer Santosh Kank and the Leopard Rescue Team to reach the spot. At 2.15 am, the team arrived and shifted the adult male leopard to the rescue truck. At 3.30 am, they transported the animal to the leopard rescue centre at SGNP.

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Picture credit- Ranjeet Jadhav

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#didyouknow that it takes a single plastic straw 200 years to completely decompose?
Plastic straws are non-biodegradable, difficult to recycle, release toxic chemicals in the grounds and end up in the oceans.
So the nest time you order a beverage at a restaurant , request for your drink to be starw free!
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Having plants in your workplace can make you happier and more productive!
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