West Bengal

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Decapitated Elephant Head Found in River, Police Investigating

Elephant Head (symbolic picture)
Elephant Head (symbolic picture)

 

Barbisha (August 05,2023) : The decapitated head of an elephant was found in a river in Barobisha, West Bengal, on Thursday. The discovery has sparked outrage and calls for an investigation into the possible poaching of the animal.

The head was found by a group of villagers who were fishing in the river. They reported the discovery to the police, who arrived at the scene and took possession of the head. The police have not yet released any information about the cause of death of the elephant. However, they have said that they are investigating the possibility that the animal was poached. Poaching is a serious crime in India, and those convicted of the offense can face lengthy prison sentences. The police have urged anyone with information about the incident to come forward.

The discovery of the elephant's head is a reminder of the threat that poaching poses to these magnificent creatures. Elephants are poached for their ivory, which is used to make jewelry and other luxury items. The police are urging anyone with information about the incident to come forward. They say that even the smallest piece of information could help them to bring the perpetrators to justice.


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