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The lions from Gir forest

Considered to be the king of the animal kingdom, lions are also considered as superpowers and yet, they will not kill or hurt a human being unless provoked.   As per deputy conservator, Gir forest, Sandeep Kumar who has been studying the behavioural patterns of lions since three years, the lion is a social animal. “Lions are extremely social animals and therefore, the human populace (locals) living around Gir is not so afraid of this animal. They would not attack any human intentionally and therefore, the humans around the forest and Read More

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Wild Caught Mountain Lion Sentenced to Zoo

Wild lion captured in Tulsa finds home in Kansas zoo The large cat was captured from the back yard of a home in the 1400 block of North Quanah Avenue on April 23 and was taken to the zoo’s holding facilities in the veterinary hospital where she was treated for hookworms and roundworms, which caused anemia and poor appetite, as well as ticks and fleas. Courtesy By SARA PLUMMER World Staff Writer Published: 1/4/2012  10:32 AM Last Modified: 1/4/2012  10:32 AM The mountain lion that was captured in Tulsa in April has found a new home Read More

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Leopard kills former journalist scalps labourer Pintu Dey

Rampaging leopard in India kills former journalist, scalps labourer Pintu Dey Agence France-Presse  Jan 9, 2012 – 2:46 PM ET STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images A file picture shows a leopard (Panthera pardus) attacking and wounding a Pintu Deyan, an Indian labourer in a residential neighbourhood of Silphukhuri area in Guwahati on January 7, 2012. Three people were seriously injured in the leopard attack before the feline was tranquilized and taken to Assam state zoo. Pintu Dey, in his 40s, is recovering in a hospital in India's northeastern Read More

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Killer tiger resurfaces in Kodagu India

MADIKERI: The tiger, which attacked and injured three buffaloes on Friday, killed a cow on Saturday night at Netkundh near Birunani in South Kodagu. Chottangada Rohith found the half-eaten carcass of his cow near its shed. People in South Kodagu are fearful because the tiger, which claimed several livestock in October and November last year, has resurfaced. A forest department team had kept cages to capture it. These men were relieved when the tiger's pugmark was seen about 500 metres from the Kallalla forest touching Nagarahole on Nov. 9. Read More

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Bengal tiger population in Assam increased

Guwahati, January 9: Assam forest and environment minister Rockybul Hussain on Monday announced that the Royal Bengal tiger population in Assam has increased to 143 in 2011. The last tiger census in wildlife protected areas was completed in December last. “We used camera trapping method in tiger census in the state. The method is internationally recognized. In Kaziranga National Park KNP), we have 118 Royal Bengal tigers. It has the highest density of royal Bengal tiger in the country”, said Hussain. In the KNP, there were two incidents of Read More

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Mountain Lion Conservation Story

The day I met a Mountain lion Posted Monday, January 9, 2012, at 2:31 PM   The Mountain lion waits to recover completely from sedation after it was examined by Wildlife Biologist Jeff Beringer at Current River Conservation Area. (MDC photo by Candice Davis) An element of surprise can make an exciting day even more meaningful. Had I known Thursday morning what was in store for me that day, I would have hopped out of bed with a bit more pep. But, expecting a casual day at the office, I began the day with the usual grumbles.I put Read More

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Indias first tiger rescue centre in Sunderbans

KOLKATA: The first tiger rescue centre of the country will be ready to welcome big cats in three months. Being developed at Jharkhali in the Sunderbans, the centre will provide asylum to injured and straying tigers that are either brought to Kolkata for treatment or released in far corners of the mangrove forest. Even though fenced off from the rest of the jungle, the centre will be contiguous to the main Sunderbans and allow tigers to roam free in the wild. They will, however, not be able to leave the centre which will be fenced off.   Work Read More

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Lion Leaves Virginia Zoo for Disneys Animal Kingdom

Young lion moving to new home Lion from Virginia Zoo moving to Florida Dakari, a juvenile male African lion at the Virginia Zoo, in his outdoor habitat Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012 (Virginia Zoo photo by Winfield Danielson). Updated: Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012, 1:25 PM EST Published : Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012, 1:25 PM EST NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - A young African lion will be leaving the Virginia Zoo on Thursday and heading to Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando for a potential breeding situation. According to a Virginia Zoo news release, Dakari, Read More

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San Mateo County Mountain lion sightings reported hours apart

In a matter of hours two mountain lions were spotted in different parts of San Mateo County Monday night, San Mateo County emergency officials said. The first sighting was around 7 p.m. near state Highway 92 just east of state Highway 35, emergency officials said. About four hours later and less than 15 miles away around 11:15 p.m. a big cat was seen just east of Lindenbrook Road in Woodside. Residents are advised to never approach a mountain lion. Anyone who encounters a mountain lion should face the animal, make noise, and try to appear Read More

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Mountain lions targeted by hunters under new bill

LINCOLN - Nebraska's growing population of mountain lions might soon become the target of hunters. Brad Norton, Kearney Hub file Mountain Lion Buy this photo Related Content & Coverage Article: Lion rattles Kearneyites, tops 2011 news Article: Officials euthanize cougar stuck in trap Article: Cops pressed for time vs. mountain lion Article: Kearney’s mountain lion rare because it wandered into city Article: Fatal shot fell to animal-loving officer Article: Kearney’s first big cat killed Under Read More
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