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Bhitarkanika Park initiates measures to save wild animals from heat wave, poaching, forest fires

Kendrapara, Apr 15 (UNI) The authorities of Bhitarkanika National Park have taken adequate measures to prevent poaching, forest fires, and protect animals from the scorching heat.
DFO of Rajnagar Mangrove Forest and Wildlife Division, Sudarshan Gopinath Jadav, stated that the anti-poaching squad has been deployed at vulnerable points within the Kanika forest range to extinguish fires inside the Bhitarkanika National Park area.
With the rise in mercury levels and high humidity during the daytime, many wildlife faunas, especially wild boar and spotted deer, typically seek water from nearby ponds and other water bodies in villages located at the fringes of Bhitarkanika National Park to quench their thirst.
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