Agali> A skeleton of a wildebeest, greater than a 12 months outdated, was present in a personal farm in Attappadi. The cranium and bones of the elephant have been discovered within the farming land of Sajith, a local of Thrissur, in Mulli Choondapetti, inside Puthur Forest Station. The skeleton was discovered by the employees whereas clearing the location the opposite day. Forest officers together with Forest Veterinary Surgeon Arun Sathyan reached the spot and inspected the spot.
The skeleton was confirmed to be that of Pitiana, who gave the impression to be in her 30s. The preliminary conclusion is that there is no such thing as a abnormality within the tilting of the katana. Kinnakkara is 30 meters away from Malavaram and has been forested for years. The forest division registered a case and began an investigation. Mannarkkad DFO MK Surjith, Attappadi Vary Forest Officer C Sumesh, Flying Squad Vary Officer Abdul Razak, Putur Deputy Vary Officer Binu, forest staff Rajesh, Suresh Babu, Manoj, Jinu, Nitin, Priya and Sajitha accomplished the method and cremated the skeleton.
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