Ecologists rejoice as leopard spotted at Yamuna Biodiversity Park for first time

  |   India News

Scientists at Yamuna Biodiversity Park in the national capital have claimed that a fully-grown male leopard was caught on camera in the sprawling 457-acre park for the first time, media reports said.

According to Faiyaz A Khudsar, the scientist in-charge at the Yamuna Biodiversity Park, the sighting of the leopard is considered big as there was no such evidence even during the British rule, a report in the Hindustan Times said.

Although there have been claims of people seeing the elusive cats in the capital, the news has certainly captured the imagination of several ecologists and wildlife lovers.

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