Srinagar: Handouts For 'Hangul' Deers Amid Heavy Snowfall
They say that they begin making arrangements for their food days in advance, so that the deer do not face any kind of trouble. Nazir Malik, Forest Ranger, says that each year, during snowfall, arrangements are made to feed the Hangul and other animals, so that they do not have to step outside the Park in search of food. The population of the Hangul deer is less anyway and it is found only in Dachigam. To ensure that no harm comes to them from venturing outside, food material for them is arranged within the Park. While on one hand, some wildlife lovers are taking along food for the Hangul deer, on the other hand, some wildlife scientists say that this is wrong because Dachigam is not a zoo but a sanctuary, where the Hangul know how to adapt to every season.
#Wildlife lovers and the forest department are arranging food and drink for rare deers #Hangul in Srinagar's #DachigamNationalPark, so they don't have to go outside in search of food amidst heavy #snowfall@RumanaAlvi4— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) January 29, 2020
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