Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

Villagers in Arunachal set free Himalayan Goral that strayed into locality

Villagers in Arunachal set free Himalayan Goral that strayed into locality

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 April 2020 10:44 AM GMT

GUWAHATI: Villagers in Arunachal Pradesh has set free a Himalayan Goral that strayed into their locality. In a video villagers are seen untying the animal. The animal then runs away from the villagers.

Youngsters who feasted on deer, wild cat in Nagaland have surrendered, informed Nagaland Forest Department.

The suspects who were tracked down after the incident was reported surrendered before the Wildlife Wing of the Department of Environment, Forests and Climate Change of Nagaland.

In a viral video, some youngsters in Nagaland were seen feasting on wild animals such as deer and wild cat to celebrate ‘lockdown festival.”

The youngsters said “We are going to stay around this place for the next seven days, and it is going to be party-time for us.”

Investigation is going on after the video emerged through social media.

Most likely the incident took place at Intaki National Park in Nagaland, claim reports.

Also Read: List of activities to resume operations from April 20 onwards

Also Watch: Sellers take advantage of helplessness of panic stricken citizens by overpricing commodities

Next Story