Call For Proper Tiger Management
0 Comments 4 Jan 2014 ADV
The Chitwan National park authorities have urged the Department of the National parks and Wildlife conservation to relocate a tiger in the park that has been entering human settlements repeatedly.
A Tiger that was tranquilized and taken under control by the Park authorities from the Madi Ayodhyapuri settlement in early December was found to have returned to the same settlement, thereby promoting the authorities to request for its relocation.
The Tiger however was again found to have proposed to the Department relocate the tiger to bardia national park or to a Zoo.
A decision was taken to recommend relocation of the tiger after concluding that it would not be right to leave it inside the park after it was found to have been repearedly going to same human settlement, said the park spokesperson Tikaram poudel.
As per the latest census, Nepal is home to 198 tigers of which 120 are found in Chitwan National park.
Source: www.thehimalayantimes.com 04, JAN
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