Abandoned weak cub to be shifted to Kanha on Sept 1

according to wildlife experts.

 

All preparations have to be made for keeping the cub in KTR, officials said. Kanha sanctuary employees have mastered the technique of hand-rearing cubs by successfully raising two orphaned tigresses. KTR is having housing and an enclosure in which two orphaned tigresses were reared and later on translocated to PTR to revive big cat population.

 

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-08-30/bhopal/33498375_1_cub-kanha-tiger-reserve-ktr

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