The carcass was found in the early hours with porcupine quills all over the body.
From camera traps, the forest department had confirmed that the animal was still roaming around the area.
As per reports, Prajeesh had gone to the paddy field in the afternoon to collect grass for the cattle, when he was attacked and killed by the wild animal.
Trauma care volunteer Abbas has reported that he had seen the leopard while going on his bike to buy medicine for his child.
Forest officials said the leopard, too weak to hunt, could have ventured out to the forest-fringe village in search of food.
These new demographic and physiological data can help researchers better understand why menopause and post-fertile survival occur in nature.
At least 50 persons bitten by otters were among those who attended the 'puzha sadass'.
The carcass, which started to decompose looks more than 2 days old.
Local authorities worked tirelessly to dispose of the giant carcass in heavy rain.
The procedures to bring the animals are in the final stage, said an official.