Elephant calf found separated from herd in Sullia taluk; jumbos spotted on NICE Road

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The calf had entered human habitation.

MANGALURU, BENGALURU: An elephant calf got separated from the herd and was found at Mandekolu in Sullia taluk by some locals after it entered human habitation. The calf was tethered to a stone pillar and the Forest officials were informed.

Herds of elephants usually enter plantations during the night and it is suspected that the calf may have got separated from one such herd. The Forest officials rescued the elephant calf and are making efforts to reunite with its herd.

Elephants were also spotted on NICE Road near Talaghattapura.

Meanwhile, three elephants were spotted trying to cross the NICE road near Talaghattapura on the outskirts of Bengaluru on Saturday morning. The elephants had a tough time with vehicles speeding on the road.

At least five elephants were spotted at the Lal Bahadur Shastri BDA layout in JP Nagar 8th Phase on Friday night and Forest officials and locals drove them back into the forest. Over the last week, movement of elephants has been recorded around Talaghattapura.

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