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      20 04 2017


     Deer attacked by wild dogs, 12 carcasses found in Jaisalmer
     JAISALMER: Scorching heat is proving fatal for wildlife. Deer and other wildlife who wander around in search of water are being hunted by dogs.
     In one such case, wild dogs attacked over a dozen deer who were roaming in search of water in Lathi Dholia area of Jaisalmer. The incident came to light on Wednesday. Villagers informed the forest department. 12 deer carcasses were recovered. There were marks of dog bites on their bodies. Medical board conducted the post-mortem.
     As per information, over 18 deer came in search water in a field at Dholia village in Lathi area. Dogs chased the deer and attacked them. 17 deer died due to the attack.
     Later the local people chased away the wild dogs. The forest department personnel reached the spot.
     It may be mentioned that due to no water source in the jungle wildlife stray in the villages.
     Many deer and neelgai come to fields near Dholia village for drinking water and stray dogs chase and kill them.
     ACF Pankaj Gupta confirmed the incident. He said that many deer carcasses were 4-5 days old. He said there was a sudden increase in the number of stray dogs which is proving fatal for wildlife. It is necessary to control the dog population and he has requested district administration to sterilise these dogs or make other arrangements.
     When these dogs chase deer, they get stuck in the boundaries and die or get caught in pits dug by rats. Continuous attacks by dogs will certainly affect the deer population, Gupta said.
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