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Wild dogs death in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve prompts probe

Press Trust of India  |  Udhagamandalam (TN) 

The forest department has launched an investigation into the mysterious death of four wild dogs in a village falling under Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, near here, forest officials said today.

On receiving information that four wild dogs were found lying dead in a village near Bhoothanatham in Mayar village this morning, the forest officials reached the spot and conducted preliminary investigations, they said.



A detailed investigation and postmortem will be carried out, they added.

Indian wild dogs are protected under schedule I category of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.

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Wild dogs death in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve prompts probe

The forest department has launched an investigation into the mysterious death of four wild dogs in a village falling under Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, near here, forest officials said today. On receiving information that four wild dogs were found lying dead in a village near Bhoothanatham in Mayar village this morning, the forest officials reached the spot and conducted preliminary investigations, they said. A detailed investigation and postmortem will be carried out, they added. Indian wild dogs are protected under schedule I category of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972. The forest department has launched an investigation into the mysterious death of four wild dogs in a village falling under Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, near here, forest officials said today.

On receiving information that four wild dogs were found lying dead in a village near Bhoothanatham in Mayar village this morning, the forest officials reached the spot and conducted preliminary investigations, they said.

A detailed investigation and postmortem will be carried out, they added.

Indian wild dogs are protected under schedule I category of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Wild dogs death in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve prompts probe

The forest department has launched an investigation into the mysterious death of four wild dogs in a village falling under Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, near here, forest officials said today.

On receiving information that four wild dogs were found lying dead in a village near Bhoothanatham in Mayar village this morning, the forest officials reached the spot and conducted preliminary investigations, they said.

A detailed investigation and postmortem will be carried out, they added.

Indian wild dogs are protected under schedule I category of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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