Wagswoofs – A man’s life came to a tragic end when he was discovered dead in a large cat enclosure at Sherbagh Zoo in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. The incident occurred during a routine cleaning session when zoo staff noticed a shoe in the mouth of one of the big cats, leading them to the grim discovery.
According to Zaheer Anwar, a senior government official in Bahawalpur, when the zoo and dens were being cleaned, a surprising discovery was made. They found the (animal) holding a shoe in its mouth.
“He said that the staff became suspicious and later discovered a body inside the den.”
According to the official, the majestic feline at the zoo is referred to as a word that can mean either tiger or leopard in Pakistan. It is believed that both species are present within the zoo’s premises.
According to Anwar, it is evident that the individual who jumped into the den must be a lunatic. A rational person would not engage in such reckless behavior, especially considering the secure nature of the den. Anwar speculates that the person may have jumped from the stairs located behind the den.
Anwar mentioned that all the zoo staff members have been accounted for.
According to Zafarullah, an official from the rescue service 1122 in Bahawalpur, the victim suffered severe injuries to his legs due to the vicious attack.
According to an individual named Zafarullah, who is being referred to by only one name, the identity and origin of the individual found in an unknown location is still a mystery. The authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the matter. Zafarullah also mentioned that the condition of the body indicated that it had been there for several hours.
Forensic experts are currently examining the body, according to his statement.
According to its website, the zoo is operated by Punjab’s wildlife department, and adults are charged a fee of 18 cents for entry.
According to the website, the modern moated enclosures house lions, tigers, and hyenas.
The department has not provided any comments.
A recent tragedy occurred at the Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, where a zookeeper lost his life after being attacked by a black bear. The incident took place when the staff member unintentionally left the night house doors open while cleaning the enclosure. This unfortunate event follows closely on the heels of another incident in India, where a man also met a tragic fate in an animal-related incident.
According to a report by the BBC, the lion enclosure of another zoo in Pakistan became the unexpected discovery site of the remains of a missing teenage boy in 2000.