The 3 year old boy was only found in the park when he was picked up by a leopard.

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 The 3 year old boy was only found in the park when he was picked up by a leopard.


Last Friday night, a 3 year old boy was seized and eaten by cheetahs in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, Africa. The boy, named ElishaNabugyere, was a young son of FrancisNabugyere, a Queen Elizabeth National Park internal police officer. The boy and the baby sitter were in a cabin in the park and were attacked by a cheetah when they were out. The staff heard the screams of children, and when they had not yet responded, the boy was dragged into a nearby bush by the cheetah. The staff searched all night, only to find the childs skull. The cheetahs have been hunted down. They are worried that the cheetah will attack humans again. Queen Elizabeth National Park BashirHangi, a spokesman for the Wildlife Authority, said the boy was attacked when he was away from the nanny. When the nanny was out, she did not know that the child was behind her. She heard the child crying for help. She was late when she responded. The Jaguar disappeared in the bush with the child in its mouth. BashirHangi said, now catch this leopard and move it out of the park, because once it eats human flesh, it will become very dangerous. Queen Elizabeth National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park is a natural ecological park in the southwest of Uganda. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. It is famous for its carnivores such as lions, leopards and hyenas. Just a few days before the tragedy, a similar thing happened in South Africa. A 72 year old man, MikeHodge, went into the lions area regardless of danger, and was attacked and dragged into the bush by a lion. Fortunately, someone shot and shot the lion, and he survived. Source: cover news editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 Queen Elizabeth National Park is a natural ecological park in the southwest of Uganda. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. It is famous for its carnivores such as lions, leopards and hyenas. Just a few days before the tragedy, a similar thing happened in South Africa. A 72 year old man, MikeHodge, went into the lions area regardless of danger, and was attacked and dragged into the bush by a lion. Fortunately, someone shot and shot the lion, and he survived.