Another tiger dies in MP, toll mounts to 40 – Bhopal News

In the contemporary incident, a 10-year-old tigress was reported to have died two days after being rescued from a buffer zone of the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve (BTR) in Umaria district.

As per the forest official, the useless tigress recognized as T-66, was noticed within the Khitoli and Panpatha buffer zones of the reserve because the previous one month. The official instructed IANS {that a} forest staff was always monitoring the carnivore and it appeared to be unable to hunt its prey resulting from some critical accidents.

The feline was rescued from the Khitoli zone on November 26 and was dropped at Baherha enclosure the place a staff of medical doctors from Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University (Jabalpur) was treating the tigress, official added.

“The tigress was found injured and starved. Efforts were made to feed as per the advice of veterinary experts, but the tigress was unable to eat and died on Sunday,” Forest official stated in a press release on Monday.

Later, an post-mortem was performed and carcasses have been disposed of as per the directives of the National Tiger Conservation Authority, assertion learn.

With this new loss of life, the Madhya Pradesh which is named the ‘tiger state’ and has famend reserves akin to — Kanha Tiger Reserve, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Pench Tiger Reserve, Satpura Tiger Reserve and Panna Tiger reserve, has reported as many as 40 huge cats useless between January 1 to November 29.

Last week, the Madhya Pradesh High Court issued notices to the Centre and State authorities together with Forest and National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) on the growing variety of tiger deaths in Madhya Pradesh.

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