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First Time In 24 years, Tiger Roars in Mahananda

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A tiger was spotted in Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary of North Bengal, for the first time in over two decades. A recent camera trap picture proves its presence. Indian Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan shared the picture taken while the tiger was roaming around and hailed the efforts of wildlife conservators.

Soon Twitterati was hailing the success of ‘Project Tiger’ in India. A few users also wondered if the Tiger spotted in Mahananda will stay. The last Royal Bengal tiger was reported to have been spotted in 1999.

Sharing a picture of the Tiger from Buxa one wrote, “Little to celebrate other than connectivity between Buxa & Mahananda. You should’ve recognised it being the same individual photographed in Buxa two years ago, still wandering in fruitless search of a mate.”


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