Tiger population in India

Tiger population in India News

Chandrapur tiger that travelled 500 km to Madhya Pradesh caught

The tiger was born and brought up on the premises of Chandrapur plant as one of the four siblings of a tigress that had possibly stayed out of the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.

Odisha Crime Branch starts probe into tiger’s death

On October 29, the remains of the animal were found, with the Odisha government claiming it belonged to a leopard. However, the government was later forced to retract its statement and admit that a tiger had likely been killed.

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Explained Snippets: Tiger growth in states where they were killed, elsewhere

Data from the 2010 and 2014 censuses were tabled in Parliament in March this year by the Environment & Forest and Ministry, in reply to a question.

Death of a tiger

The gunning down of Avni points to a pressing problem in several parts of the country — human-animal conflict.

Explain why no attacks since August 28 if Yavatmal tigress is a man-eater: HC to forest dept

An intensive operation is on to catch or shoot tigress T1 and catch her two cubs alive in Ralegaon area of Yavatmal district, where 13 people have died in tiger attacks since June 2016.

First Inter-state translocation project: Odisha gets second big cat from Madhya Pradesh

The 27-month-old tigress will join MB2, a sub-adult male that was shifted from Kanha Tiger Reserve in MP to STR last week.

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From Kanha to Odisha, moving a tiger with care

Camera traps had already identified MB2, a sub-adult tiger aged a little over three years, as the first potential target, after it emerged that it had a kill and was not likely to move from the area.

In Chennur, officials try to cage tigress to set it free

A camera trap photo of March, the clearest so far, shows something wrapped around the tigress’ lower abdomen.

Lost tiger finds its way to an abandoned rubber factory in Bareilly, next home is zoo

Estimated to be 3-4 years old and weighing 172.45 kg on an empty stomach, “Fateh” will now spend the rest of his life in Kanpur zoo.

A tiger dead, another missing, worried officials comb Sariska

ST-5 was last spotted on February 24, in footage captured by a camera trap, G Vishwanath Reddy, additional principal chief conservator of forest, wildlife, and chief wildlife warden, Jaipur, told The Indian Express.

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