Panna: In a shocking incident, the carcass of a tiger was found hanging from Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh. The body of the tiger was hanging from the clutch wire. As soon as the tiger reserve staff saw the tiger, they immediately informed the officers. Officials of Panna Tiger Reserve have reached the spot.
The body of the tiger will be sent for post-mortem. The patrolling team has found the remains of the tiger near Vikrampur Beat under the North Forest Division. The incident has created a sensation in the area. Earlier on November 10, Tigress P-213 (63) died here. Born and raised in Panna Tiger Reserve, the Tigress P-213 (63) was 3 years old. During patrolling, the tiger reserve team found the tigress dead in Beat Rampura of Amanganj buffer. As soon as the news of the death of the Tigress was received, the area director of Panna Tiger Reserve, the deputy director, Panna Tiger Reserve, and wildlife doctors and representatives of the National Tiger Conservation Authority reached the spot and inspected the spot.
Earlier on June 9, a tiger was found dead here. A forest officer said that this Tiger named P-111 was about 13 years old. A forest official said that the body of the tiger was found by the forest patrol team on the Panna-Katni state highway. He was the heir of Tigress T-1. According to the All India Tiger Estimation Report 2018, Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of tigers in the country at 526. But for some time here, the news of the death of tigers is constantly coming out. Madhya Pradesh has several tiger reserves including Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Satpura, Pench, Panna, and Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserves. In April, the corpse of a tiger cub was found in the Lalbarra forest range of the Balaghat district. The age of the dead cub was estimated to be 18 months.