PESHAWAR, Sept 1: The NWFP wildlife department has sent its team of experts to catch a leopard that has been attacking the Marghzar zoo in Islamabad for a few days.

“We have sent our team of experts to Margalla Hills with instruction of catching the animal alive,” Wildlife Chief Conservator Dr Mumtaz Malik said.

He said that the Capital Development Authority (CDA) had sought help from the NWFP wildlife department to trap the leopard which has caused panic in the area after attacking the zoo and killing a deer.—APP

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