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India | First-ever census of leopards in Bannerghatta NP finds 40—a higher density than most PAs

The first ever scientific study on leopards in Bannerghatta National Park has estimated that there are 40 leopards in the protected area.


The report titled ‘Leopards of Bannerghatta National Park’ was recently submitted to the Karnataka Forest Department. The study was done by wildlife biologist Sanjay Gubbi and his team from the Nature Conservation Foundation in collaboration with the Karnataka Forest Department using camera traps.


https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/bangalore/bannerghatta-national-park-has-40-leopards-study/article29533126.ece

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