A bear mutilates a couple to death and eats their body parts for four hours

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Bhopal: A bear mauled a couple to death then continued to eat their body parts for more than four hours in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh on Sunday morning. The couple identified as Mukesh Rai (43) and Gudiya (39) from Raniganj region, died trying to save themselves from the bear, according to reports.

It can be noted that bear attacks on humans, where the animal feeds on the victim, are very rare.

According to reports, the couple – Mukesh and Gudiya were returning from Khermai temple, located about one and a half kilometers from the district headquarters around 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, when their paths crossed with a bear, less than a kilometer away. their house. Although the couple confronted the bear together to save themselves, they were torn to pieces by the animal.

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Eyewitnesses told police the bear ripped off parts of their bodies and dragged them to a nullah where it fed on them for four hours.

Although the locals tried to chase the animal away while it ate the body parts, it was in vain. The bear was caught after just five hours after forest department officials reached the spot after receiving information and managed to tranquilize the sloth bear, the official said.

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Forest officials said the rescued sloth would be moved to a zoo. Meanwhile, officials have secured financial aid of Rs 4 lakh for the couple’s dependents. Following the incident, residents also staged a protest demanding jobs for family members.

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