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Dark side of white snow: Wildlife in Kashmir suffers, starves for food

India TV News Desk [Updated: 24 Jan 2014, 2:06 PM IST]
  • Female leopard sits inside a snow covered enclosure at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP Photo)
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    Female leopard sits inside a snow covered enclosure at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP Photo)

  • A group of stags stand amid the snow at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP Photo)
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    A group of stags stand amid the snow at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP Photo)

  • Wildlife authorities in Indian Kashmir are making special efforts to provide food to the endangered stags known as 'hangul,' as they face difficulty in finding vegetation following heavy snowfall, wildlife officials said. (AP Photo)
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    Wildlife authorities in Indian Kashmir are making special efforts to provide food to the endangered stags known as 'hangul,' as they face difficulty in finding vegetation following heavy snowfall, wildlife officials said. (AP Photo)

  • A leopard goes for hunting some food for it as authorities are facign problems to provide them with food due to the connectivity issues. (AP Photo)
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    A leopard goes for hunting some food for it as authorities are facign problems to provide them with food due to the connectivity issues. (AP Photo)

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