Zoo curator Nihar Parulkar said that both the children are seen to be between 7 and 10 days old in the preliminary investigation.
Ajay Verma ( The Mirror Time)
INDIA ( Madhya Pradesh) Two leopard cubs were rescued late on Wednesday night at the Kamala Nehru Zoological Museum in Indore. Both the children have been rescued from near Dhar. Their age is said to be between 7 and 10 days. At present, they are undergoing treatment in the zoo. Both are being fed milk with a dropper.
Zoo curator Nihar Parulkar said that both the children are seen to be between 7 and 10 days old in the preliminary investigation. They have been brought from Tana village in the Dhar forest range. When he was brought at night, he had a problem with dehydration. But now both are fine. Probably both the children got separated from their mother due to heavy rain and came from the forest to the village. The villagers had met both the cubs in a field. After which he informed the team.
Nihar told that from where both the children have been rescued, the team waited for some time in the night and waited for their mother too. But when she did not come, she took them to the zoo. When the children of wild animals are lost, it is often seen that the mother comes looking for the children. But it didn’t happen yesterday. After which the children were brought here for treatment.