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1 More Tiger Found Dead In Madhya Pradesh Reserve; fifth In 14 Days

Madhya Pradesh has tiger reserves, like Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Satpura and Panna. (Representational)

Seoni:

A tiger was discovered lifeless at Pench Tiger Reserve (PTR) in Madhya Pradesh’s Seoni district, with officers suspecting that it was killed by one other feline throughout a territorial combat.

This is the fifth tiger loss of life within the state in a fortnight.

A forest patrolling staff on Sunday noticed the carcass of the tiger, round two years previous, in Kurai vary, PTR’s deputy director Rajneesh Kumar Singh mentioned.

Following an inspection of the spot, it seems the tiger was killed in a combat with one other grownup tiger. The attacking carnivore ate a lot of the carcass and blood stains had been discovered close by, he mentioned.

The lifeless tiger’s entrance legs and tooth had been intact, whereas its tail and hind legs together with nails had been discovered close by, he mentioned.

A radical investigation was carried out with the assistance of a canine squad and there was no proof of any suspicious exercise on the spot, the official mentioned.

On April 9, a patrolling staff had noticed the presence of an grownup huge cat within the space and it’s suspected that the tiger was killed by the identical feline, he mentioned.

The carcass was disposed of as per pointers of the National Tiger Conservation Authority and the viscera was despatched to a laboratory for examination, the official mentioned.

Since January this 12 months, as many as 4 tigers have died to date in Seoni district, together with one on March 29.

On April 3, a tiger was discovered lifeless in Lalbarra space of Balaghat district.

Besides, a tiger cub and an grownup feline had been discovered lifeless in Satpura Tiger Reserve of Narmadapuram district on April 2 and April 3.

As per the All India Tiger Estimation Report-2018, Madhya Pradesh was residence to 526 tigers, the best for any state within the nation.

MP has many tiger reserves, together with Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Satpura and Panna.

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