Alcohol poisoning monkeys injured more than 250 people and sentenced to 'life imprisonment'
Regarding monkeys captured in the ``case of alcoholic monkeys attacking humans'' three years ago in the Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh, India, authorities decide to keep them in cages until they die Did. The reason is explained by the authorities, 'Because the violence does not improve even after 3 years or more.'
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Mirzapur Kanpur Zoo Monkey Kalua Life Prison Punishment - इस दीवाने बंदर 'कलुआ' को मिली उम्रकैद की सजा, इसकी हरकतों को जान जाएंगे तो सिर पकड़कर बैठेंगे | Patrika News
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Indian news agency IANS said on June 16, 2020, 'At the Kanpur Zoo, there is a monkey that lives for life. The monkey, known as'Kalua', was originally located in the Mirzapur district. More than 250 people were injured and one of them died.'
The #Kanpur zoo has a monkey which will remain behind the bars for all its life.The monkey, named'Kalua', is a native of #Mirzapur district. He has bitten over 250 persons in Mirzapur, of whom one died.— IANS Tweets (@ians_india) June 16, 2020
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According to the Indian news site Patrika, Kalua was formerly bred as a pet by a believer in the Indian esoteric Tantra cult in Mirzapur district, and was given strong drink by its owner. However, when the owner's death freed him, many people started to suffer. Kalua in particular attacked women and children, and some victims were severely injured, with sharp fangs tearing their faces and necessitating plastic surgery. Also, one man has died due to a bite.
Karua was then captured by a local forest department and a team of zoos and brought to Kanpur Zoo. Karua, who is estimated to be 6 years old at the time of writing the article, has spent three years at the Kanpur Zoo since he was captured, but the ferocity does not change and he shows a pretend to attack the keeper. In addition, there is also information that the owner has given me the meat and will not try to eat the vegetable food.
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Mohd Nasir, a veterinarian at Kanpur Zoo, told the IANS, 'It's been three years since Kalu came here, but it's just as aggressive as before. It was decided that he would be kept in captivity for the rest of his life.'
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