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Rescued slow lorises released into the wild

"The frequent event of wild animals invading into human settlements is not a good sign as it indicates the change in the climatic condition of their natural habitats and forest areas".

ByThoubal Correspondent

Updated 6 Jun 2022, 9:07 am

(Photo: IFP)
(Photo: IFP)

People for Animals (PFA), Manipur released two slow lorises rescued from different parts of Thoubal district as a part of ‘World Environment Day’ celebration on Sunday.

In a statement issued by its managing trustee L Biswajeet Meitei, PFA Manipur stated that the two slow lorises rescued from different parts of Heirok, Thoubal district were released at Uyok of Kekru Guwarok as part of the globally celebrated ‘World Environment Day’.

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The two rescued animals were handed over by one Laishram Nirmala from Heirok Part II Maning Leikai and one Ningthoujam Seitam from Heirok Litan Makhong, it mentioned.

"The frequent event of wild animals invading into human settlements is not a good sign as it indicates the change in the climatic condition of their natural habitats and forest areas," it added.

During the occasion, PFA, Manipur also planted tree saplings with the help of Kekru Ideal Progressive Committee and Kekru Yairi Club, it added.

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First published:6 Jun 2022, 9:07 am

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wildlifeslow lorisPFAwild animalsPeople for Animals

Thoubal Correspondent

Thoubal Correspondent

THOUBAL district, Manipur

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