Our hurt and unwell sambars found wandering in the bush, trapping in the small valley of the Melor Town. Very ill and need urgent veterinary operation due to hunting wounds, and require for relocation to new home.
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Over the past thirty years, populations of Sambar Deer have declined more than 50 per cent across South-east Asia, Borneo and Sumatra. The populations in India have been more stable within the network of protected areas, but have also seen a decline outside the parks and reserves. It is thought that these declines will continue at this rate until all the populations outside protected areas disappear, which will have an effect on the predators in these habitats as they may starve or turn to livestock, increasing human-wildlife conflict.
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