Horrible Scenes After a Man Is Attacked, Killed, And Eaten By Hungry Hyenas In Limuru
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 33590 views
Photo Courtesy. Image taken from a previous incident.
Over the years, members of the public have been having conflicts with wild animals. This has been a result of possible encroachment and incompetency by the wildlife service to protect the animals from going into people's homesteads.
Earlier today in Limuru, a middle-aged man was attacked and killed by a group of hyenas who had invaded his farm. The victim had been cultivating his farm when he was attacked by the hyenas. The Animals ate him after killing him. Only pieces of his body were found by Villagers who had heard the noise.
The residents have launched a search for the animals after their cry to the kws fell to deaf ears.
The incident happens barely a month after a young girl was killed and eaten by a lion in Kajiado County. Angry residents managed to track the lion and killed it.
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