Indian wolf found dead in Daund forest, officials suspect deadly canine disease
From The Times of India:
Pune: Forest authorities in Daund tehsil of of the district said on Monday they suspect that canine distemper likely caused the death of an Indian wolf that was found decomposed in the Hingnigada forest area.
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