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Satellite collars fixed on red pandas

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Panchthar, June 8

As a part of the technique to higher perceive endangered mammal species, 10 pink pandas have been affixed with satellite tv for pc collars over the previous 9 months within the jap hills.

The Red Panda Network, below the oversight of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Forest and Land Conservation Department below the federal authorities and in coordination with its companion organisations and the native communities, affixed the pink pandas of the particular conservation space that spreads between Panchthar, Ilam and Taplejung with satellite tv for pc collars to review their way of life and life cycle.

Six feminine and 4 male cat-bears have been caught in Ilam’s Sandakpur space and launched after affixing the collars. The authorities has been working for conservation of endangered wildlife species by formulating a five-year work plan.

Various nationwide and worldwide organisations have partnered with the federal government in its efforts to preserve the reclusive species that’s in danger.

“With the assistance of satellite tv for pc collars, we will purchase details about the life cycle and way of life of the animal, which can, in flip, assist us in our mission to guard it,” stated Angfuri Sherpa, nationwide consultant of the Red Panda Network.

The pink panda, which can also be talked about within the record of protected species within the National Park Act 1973, is present in areas above 2,000 metres in several components of the nation.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 9, 2020, of The Himalayan Time



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