INSANE Video Of Leopard Attacking School Students, Staff In India

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on February 8, 2016

 

There is no legal hunting in India.

As a result, leopards and other dangerous game thrives and move into residential areas.

Such is the case!

A male leopard which entered a school in the Indian city of Bangalore injured six people trying to capture it.

A scientist and a forestry employee were among those mauled during the near 10-hour long effort to corner the dangerous animal on Sunday.

The leopard, which strolled into the Vibgyor International school, was eventually tranquillised and released.

Outdoor Beasts INSANE Video Of Leopard Attacking School Students, Staff In India

A recent wildlife census estimated that India has a leopard population of between 12,000 and 14,000.

The eight-year-old male was spotted strolling inside the school premises in the Kundalahalli area.

Footage on the school’s security cameras showed it attacking a man near a swimming pool.

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