Indian leopard that mauled six at Bangalore school escapes


A male leopard that mauled six people at a school in India before it was captured has escaped its enclosure, officials said.

The eight-year-old leopard strayed into a closed school in Bangalore on 7 February, injuring several people before being tranquilised.

It was taken to Bannerghatta National Park for medical treatment but on Sunday broke out of its cage.

But officials said there was no cause for public alarm.

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