Monthly Archives: April 2012

Number of Animals, Except Cheetal, Increases In Van Vihar

The number of other animals has considerably been increased in the Van Vihar National Park at a faster pace, whereas the number of Cheetal decreased drastically, as the census report declared by the park authorities on Tuesday. According to the report, … Continue reading

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Now, Scientists To Monitor Tiger Population

After a lot of debate over India’s dwindling tiger population and unreliable population monitoring methods, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) adopted new tiger monitoring protocols. The highlight of the protocols is to involve qualified scientist with forest department staff … Continue reading

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Abandoned Tiger Cub Struggling For Survival

The two-month-old tiger cub abandoned by the tigress T-1 of Panna National Park is struggling hard for survival as it is suffering from dehydration for the last two days, according to sources, the cub is under treatment of Dr Sanjeev … Continue reading

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Kerwa Tigress Spotted With 2 Cubs

There is good news that the tigress which was roaming in the Kerwa area for last 2 years has recently given birth two cubs. According to source, tigers has created terror in the residential area of Kerwa and Kalisot for … Continue reading

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White Calf Spotted in Herd Of Bison At Kanha

Become a reason for amusement, spotting of a milky white bison in the forest of Kanha National Park is attracting huge interest. It is in an exceptional case that among one lakh genes, one such un-pigmented gene is seen making … Continue reading

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