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Maharashtra Two Monkeys Found Dead in Thane Dead Body Taken Out Of Grave – Maharashtra: The dead bodies of monkeys removed from the tomb, forest department engaged in finding the cause of death


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Thane
Updated Mon, 07 Dec 2020 10:50 PM IST

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The body of two monkeys was found in a mysterious situation in Thane city of Maharashtra on Monday. Different claims are being made about the cause of his death. The bodies of the monkeys have been exhumed to find the cause of death.

Earlier in the day, on Monday, Santosh Kadam, head of Thane Municipal Corporation’s Regional Disaster Management Cell, said that two langurs died due to the first sight. He said that he died after being struck by wires on an electric pole in Ram Nagar area near Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Kadam said the locals told the cell officials that some unidentified teenagers buried the dead monkeys near a nearby hill, after which the forest department was informed.

Forest officer Narendra Muthe said that the bodies of the two monkeys have been exhumed and sent to the Thane SPCA Emergency Animal Care Center for testing. Meanwhile, the SPCA doubted that he died of electrocution. However, now the cause of death will be known only after the report.

The SPCA spokesman said that the SPCA has asked the Forest Department to do a post-mortem of the bodies of the monkeys to ascertain the exact cause of their deaths. The SPCA said the monkey has multiple bruises on its body and some blood stains have also been found on some organs, indicating that they may have been beaten.

SPCA Thane chairperson Shakuntala Mazumdar claimed that at least five monkeys have died in Ram Nagar in the last two months, so the issue of monkey deaths has been taken seriously.

The body of two monkeys was found in a mysterious situation in Thane city of Maharashtra on Monday. Different claims are being made about the cause of his death. The bodies of the monkeys have been exhumed to find the cause of death.

Earlier in the day, on Monday, Santosh Kadam, head of Thane Municipal Corporation’s Regional Disaster Management Cell, said that two langurs died due to the first sight. He said that he died after being struck by wires on an electric pole in Ram Nagar area near Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Kadam said the locals told the cell officials that some unidentified teenagers buried the dead monkeys near a nearby hill, after which the forest department was informed. Forest officer Narendra Muthe said that the bodies of the two monkeys have been exhumed and sent to the Thane SPCA Emergency Animal Care Center for testing. Meanwhile, the SPCA doubted that he died of electrocution. However, now the cause of death will be known only after the report.

The SPCA spokesman said that the SPCA has asked the Forest Department to do a post-mortem of the bodies of the monkeys to ascertain the exact cause of their deaths. The SPCA said the monkey has multiple bruises on its body and some blood stains have also been found on some organs, indicating that they may have been beaten.

SPCA Thane chairperson Shakuntala Mazumdar claimed that at least five monkeys have died in Ram Nagar in the last two months, so the issue of monkey deaths has been taken seriously.


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