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  1. http://www.thehindu.com/society/big-cat-maximum-city/article19134820.ece ~ This June, 2017 article from The Hindu compares the presence of leopards in two widely separated, crowded urban areas — Mumbai, India and Nairobi, Kenya. Leopards in and around Mumbai's Sanjay Gandhi National Park are contrasted with those in and around Nairobi National Park.
  2. http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/environment/flora-fauna/35-leopards-roam-sanjay-gandhi-national-park-its-periphery-find-tech-backed-study/articleshow/47887662.cms This article from The Economic Times of India describes research utilizing camera traps done by a Wildlife Institute of India graduate student in and around Sanjay Gandhi National Park, near Mumbai. The study evaluated both predator and prey density which were higher than anticipated. Chital, sambar and dogs were the primary prey for the leopards. Civets, Jungle Cats and Rusty-Spotted Cats were also photo-captured.

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