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Friday, 5 March 2021

Blood thirsty pangolins:If the forests are reduced, the pangolins turn to the city-villages

Blood thirsty pangolins:If the forests are reduced, the pangolins turn to the city-villages, the clever hunter pangolins change their pattern of killing and now attack at noon.

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In 2017, there were 1300 lampreys in Gujarat, which number crossed 1700 in 2021, now the forests are declining
An average of one attack on a tiger man in the state every week, as far as Gandhinagar
Man-eating pangolin sentenced to life imprisonment, pangolin jail in state most full

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In Gujarat, the number of pangolins is increasing and on the other hand, the forests are declining. Due to this, in addition to the appearance of pangolins in rural as well as urban areas, the incidence of attacks is also on the rise. According to the Forest Department, Gujarat had 1300 lampreys in the year 2017, which has crossed 1700 by 2021. 

Deepada, who is considered to be a very clever hunter, has also changed the pattern of killing. The pangolins are now hunting in the afternoon instead of at night and an average of one pangolin attack per week is recorded in Gujarat. This too has seen a steady increase in such incidents in recent times. Deepada becomes a cannibal once he tastes human blood.

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Clever hunter Deepada changes attack pattern
Wildlife-experts believe that as the hunting area changes, it has also changed its hunting pattern. The population of pangolins is increasing in the surrounding areas including Gir. Deepada is hiding in the sugarcane and tuwer fields in Seam. Deepadas usually attack late at night or early in the morning, but for the last few hours between 3 and 6 pm they have been attacking human settlements and livestock, which is a matter of concern.

Dushyant Vasavada, CCF of Gir Sanctuary, said that when we last counted in 2016 in only three districts Amreli, Junagadh, Gir-Somnath, there were 600 lampreys. Now 2021 will count. This time there will be an increase but the figure cannot be said right now. Currently, there are more than 100 lampreys in the cage, which are kept in different parks.

Man-eating pangolins are also jailed.
Very few people know that animals like pangolins and lions attack or kill humans in the same way that humans are imprisoned. The funny thing is that more than 50 leopards who have tasted human blood are currently serving life sentences. From the Visavadar range alone, 32 lampreys have been caught in 60 days, making Sasan Jail housefull. If more man-eating tigers are caught in the coming days, they will have to be imprisoned elsewhere.

Cases of victims of man-eating leopards

Case-1: A woman weaving cotton in Mahuva was killed by a
pangolin attack. Were. He was rushed to Mahuva Hospital where he was pronounced dead by a doctor on duty. The area is frequently attacked by pangolins.

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Case-2: A panther fell from
a farm in Gir-East Three months ago, a five-year-old child was playing in Bhagirathbhai's farm in Paniya Range in Gir East Then suddenly Deepada attacked him. Deepada grabbed the child by the throat, which seriously injured him. The panther then pushed him away. The child's family was looking for the child. The child was found in a bloody condition on the river bank. The family immediately called 108, but the child died before 108's team arrived at the scene.

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Case-3: Deepada rips old man in Dalkhania range
20 days ago, the body of a 75-year-old man was found torn by Deepada in a wadi area near Amrutpur village in Dalkhania range of Dhari-Gir. The villagers had gathered in the wadi area after finding the body of Manubhai Savlia, a resident of the village. Villagers complained that the forest department was inactive despite frequent tiger attacks in the area.

Once a human tastes human blood, the pangolin becomes a cannibal.
If a lion or a pangolin kills a human, it is usually sentenced to life imprisonment, as it is believed that once a human blood tasted pangolin becomes a cannibal, He is kept in a cage forever so that he does not attack another man. Such pangolins are sent to various zoos, including Sasan Gir and Sakkarbagh Zoo in Junagadh.

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Leopard cubs are also kept in cages for life
, say forest department veterans , Hence the fear of his death in Infight. Considering the number of such wild animals, they are also kept in captivity for protection

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pangolin is a man-eater, according to a Forest Department official who spoke on condition of anonymity. "More than a dozen pangolins have been captured here, let alone the sasan," he said. If a panther attacks a human colony, it is caged. It shows his behavior. It is often abandoned in a year or two. If a panther has killed a human being by tearing it up, it is not released. It is caged for life.

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It is difficult to identify the panther after the attack.
Sources in the forest department say that if a panther attacks a human in a certain area, it is tracked by placing cages in that area. If a panther is found, it is difficult to determine if it is a panther. There are some tests, but they do not happen on every lamp. Innocent lampreys are often the victims. However, it is estimated from his behavior.

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It is the turn of farmers in Gir to sleep in cages to escape from the leopard.
Human encroachment towards the forest is creating a new degree day by day. Due to encroachment and lack of food in the forest, tigers are coming among the human population in search of food in Junagadh, Banaskantha, Dahod, Tapi and Dang districts in the state. Forest department sources said that on an average, there are more than four tiger and man collisions every month in the state. At one point, it was the turn of farmers to sleep in cages in the Gir area to avoid leopards.

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The number of pangolins in Gujarat was 1070 in
2006. The Forest Department had declared that there were 1070 pangolins in Gujarat in the year 2006. Then in 2017 the figure reached more than 1300. However, wildlife experts say that there are currently more than 1700 pangolins in Gujarat, most of them in Saurashtra. 

In a year or so, the panda will be counted again. The four districts of Saurashtra, Gir Somnath, Junagadh, Amreli, Bhavnagar and Porbandar have the highest number of tigers. More than a thousand panthers are estimated to be in this territory. Now the pangolins have reached the villages of Rajkot and the secretariat of Gandhinagar.

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number of pangolins living in the country has increased to 12,852. The number has increased by 60 percent in the last six years. The Status of Leopards in India 2018 report released by the Government of India on 21 December 2020 shows that there are 12,852 leopards in the country. The highest number of lamps was declared at 3421 in Madhya Pradesh, followed by 1783 in Karnataka and 1690 in Maharashtra.

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