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Last Updated Tuesday April 25 2017 05:54 PM IST

Caught on camera: meet the residents of Chimmini wildlife sanctuary

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Caught on camera: meet the residents of Chimmini wildlife sanctuary

A couple of months ago, 27 cameras were installed at various locations across the Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary. Recently the authorities have released the pictures from one of the cameras. Here is a look at the animals that were caught on camera. 

Caught on camera: meet the residents of Chimmini wildlife sanctuary

These cameras were installed to keep track of the number of tigers and monitor their movements. 

Caught on camera: meet the residents of Chimmini wildlife sanctuary

The camera has captured images of leopards, sambar, spotted deer and rusty spotted cats 

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