Tiger travels 300km from maharashtra to karnataka for his new home

Aug 02 2020 05:51 PM
Tiger travels 300km from maharashtra to karnataka for his new home

The corona led to a lockdown, with people sitting in homes so that the virus could be avoided. But this rule does not apply to the animals of the forest. A tiger walked 300 kilometers. This tiger crossed many jungle, many villages and many boundaries and you know why he did it?

According to a report, this tiger was earlier in Chandauli National Park Maharashtra. But, right now this Kali Tiger Reserve is in Uttara Kannada Karnataka. Now it has become its new home. Let us tell you that tigers also change their territory as per their favorable environment. In the year 2018, this tiger was in Sahyadri Tiger Reserve.

Let us tell you that the Karnataka Forest Department has to say that in the last April and May, it was seen in different places. However, this tiger is named T-31. This is a male tiger. The forest department has told that there is a distance of about 225 km between these two area. He also told that for the last few years the number of tigers in the Black Tiger Reserve has gone up. Twenty-five adult tigers have been recorded on camera in the year 2020 so far.

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