Reward offered for information leading to dead leopard

Tuesday, 10 May 2016 - 8:08


The National Wildlife Guards Union has decided to offer a reward of ten thousand rupees to anyone who reveals any information that would be considered a lead with regard to the death of the leopard in Hatton- Agarapathana.

The body of a dead leopard was found on the 8th of May in Agarapathana.

The National Wildlife Guards Union noted that several cases have been reported with regard to the death of leopards due to hunter traps and poisoned meat.

The president of the union, M.I.W Peiris noted that the decision is an attempt to safeguard the Sri Lankan leopard population.

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