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Female panther passes away in an open well swamp at Nahargarh


An open well situated in the Nahargarh अभयारण्य area caused the death of a female panther.

Panther age:

The female panther was said to be four years old only.

Panther passed away on:

Later at night on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, the panther passed away.

Postmortem performed:

After being informed of the situation, the forest department team on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 took the female panther out and performed a postmortem.

Postmortem report revealed:

The postmortem report of the panther revealed that the cause for the death of the panther was that water filled up in her lungs.

Villagers informed the forest department officials about the fallen female panther:

The veterinary doctor of the zoo Dr. Arvind Mathur expressed that the villagers informed the officials who were on duty in the अभयारण्य area that in the open well a female panther has fallen down. After being informed of this situation, the female panther was rescued by the forest department officials.

Team of doctors involved in the postmortem:

The post mortem of the female panther was done by a team consisting of 3 doctors. The team was inclusive of Dr. Arvind Mathur, Dr. Naresh Saxena, Dr. Ashok Tanwar.

Open well and its details:

Old well: The well in which the female panther fell and later on passed aways is an old well.
Well used to dump waste: People used the well to dump their household waste into it.
Low height of the well: Using it regularly to dump waste, the well remained of a height of hardly 8 feet.
Marsh created by collected rainwater: A marsh was created due to the water collected in the well by rainfall.
Panther caught into the clutches of the marsh: Due to this marsh, the panther was caught inside the well and could not rescue itself by coming out.

 


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