After doing miracle in theaters, the Black Panther is back again!
For the first time in 26 years a black panther has been spotted in the jungles of Hemagiri which is in Sundargarh known for it’e dense forest area. The pictures were captured repeatedly by camera traps installed in Garjanpahad Reserve Forest and These photographs make Odisha the ninth State in India where the elusive and rare big cat has been seen.
As the buzz for the Hollywood movie is still here in everyone’s mind, this news takes the internet by storm yesterday evening when everyone started posting the images of black panther on their timeline including the mainstream media has also covered this news. And why not!?
When the presence of black panther was reported 26 years ago, no scientific or pictorial records was there to establish the claim.
Black panthers have also been reported from Kerala (Periyar Tiger Reserve), Karnataka (Bhadra Tiger Reserve, Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve and Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary), Chhattisgarh (Achanakmar Tiger Reserve), Maharashtra (Satara), Goa (Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary), Tamil Nadu (Mudumalai Tiger Reserve), Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
And now in Odisha and we don’t need to the Black Panther from Wakanda anymore as we already got the real one!