Panic in Islamabad’s Saidpur village due to arrival of leopards

Leopard can attack in panic, Wildlife Management Board advises people to not leave homes

There has been panic in Islamabad’s Saidpur village due to the arrival of leopards in the area.

The leopards were forced to run away last night but the residents of the area are still afraid that the wild animals might return.

Three leopards had entered Saidpur village adjacent to Margalla Hills in the capital Islamabad causing panic among the residents of the area. However, they were forced to run away after they had hunted a goat from the village, according to a report.

The Wildlife Management Board has issued instructions to the residents of the village to be cautious in the presence of leopards.

Announcements were made from the village mosques about the presence of leopards in the area.

The Wildlife Management Board has said that people should not leave their homes so that leopards can go back to the forest. However, it is also important to mention that usually leopards do not attack humans.

The board has added that the leopard can attack in panic after seeing more people or due to shouting.

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