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tusker terror

1 December, Bara: Two more people lost their lives in an elephant attack at Sapahai VDC in Bara district.   With this, the death toll in tusker attack in the district has reached to four in a span of four days. ...
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Bird sightings at Barju Lake increase

27 December, Chimadi. At a time when bird experts are concerned after birds began falling out from the sky in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, the increase in bird sightings at Barju Lake of Chimadi VDC of Sunsari can be taken as a good omen....
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Rautes to serve monkey meat to PM

29 December, Salyan. Rautes living in the forest of Kajeri VDC are willing to serve monkey meat to the Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai if he ever visits their village.  ...
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Two arrested with red panda hide

6 December, Kathmandu. Sleuths from the Metropolitan Police Crime Division arrested two wildlife poachers and traders — Kishor Tamang (18) and Mingmar Lama (26) of Rasuwa — with three pieces of red panda skin at Purano Guheshwo...
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Chitwan. Infuriated locals of Gardi VDC, where two elderly had died in a tusker attack, pelted stones at the area police office and the buffer zone office demanding that the killer tusker Dhrube be killed immediately. The family of those killed in the tusker attack has said they would perform the final rites of the deceased only after the tusker is killed.  ...
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