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    Tension arose in Ghansimiyaguda in Shamshabad district after a wild animal attacked some dogs and a calf. Villagers thought it was a leopard, but forest officials suggested it might be a hyena or a big dog.

    The dogs and calf were bitten in an agricultural field near the village, causing fear among locals who contacted the forest officials. A team from the forest department came to investigate but did not find any leopard footprints.

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    Officials believe the attacker could have been a hyena or a large dog. They noted that leopards usually target the neck, while the dogs and calf had stomach injuries.

    Patrolling will be increased in the area, and camera traps may be set up if needed.

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