Prime Minister Narendra Modi says it’s a “historic achievement” for India as the big cat’s population had dwindled to 1,400 about 14-15 years ago.
More than half of the tigers that Thai authorities confiscated in 2016 from an infamous tiger Temple tourist attraction have died from a viral disease.
Apparently a group of three set out for their field after dinner on Friday night to guard their rabi crops. As they were about to mount the 'maachaan' (a tree-top or elevated post to keep guard mainly in farmlands or forest areas), they were ambushed by a tiger.
Although no PCR test for the new coronavirus was conducted, zoo deputy director Kiran Saleem said the zoo believes the cubs were the victims of the pandemic that has killed 12,256 people in Pakistan.
Jaguars used to be found from the south-west of the United States down to northern Argentina, but today their range has shrunk.
The big cat's latest victim, an elderly villager, was mauled to death late Monday when he ventured into a forest for firewood in Khambada, around 660 kilometres from the financial capital Mumbai.
The dramatic footage, which apparently was taken from a moving vehicle, was shared by a forest officer
Kohli's picture with his hands raised like claws and face staring down forced many Twitter followers to compare him to rap songs of popular movie 'Gully Boy'.
The recent tiger census in India found tiger numbers at 2,967 — more than 30% in four years (2,226), raising hopes for the survival of the endangered species four years ago. This means an increase of 741 tigers in the last four years because of the conservation initiatives taken by the Centre and state