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Leopards spotted in Pakistan capital’s park as virus clears way

Motion-triggered wildlife cameras have been clicking away as animals like leopards and jackals explore areas they had long been nervous to visit.
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Islamabad (AFP) – Leopards, jackals and other creatures living in Islamabad’s tree-covered hills have been enjoying a rare respite from the throngs of hikers and joggers that normally pack the trails.Rangers in the Pakistani capital’s Margalla Hills National Park saw animal activity increase soon after the city was locked down in March to counter the coronavirus. Islamabad’s normally reclusive wild life has been roaming onto deserted pathways, and social networks are rife with talk of purported sightings.Motion-triggered wildlife cameras have been clicking away as animals explore areas they had…

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