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Watch: Leapord gives birth to four cubs in Nashik

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Watch: Leapord gives birth to four cubs in Nashik

Watch: Leapord gives birth to four cubs in Nashik

A Leopard gave birth to four cubs on August 18 in Maharashtra's Nashik.

She gave birth to the cubs in a hut made on a farmer's land.

The cubs were seen playing with their mother and also making an attempt to escape from the hut.

Nashik, Forest Department Officer said, "All four cubs are healthy and irrespective of complaints from villagers no attempts are being made to move them as cubs are 'newborn.'


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