Forest dept indicates presence of tigers in Shivpuri

Forest dept indicates presence of tigers in Shivpuri

Posted On: 29-Sep-2009 18:40:55 News Source: Agencies

Shivpuri: There are indications of presence of tigers and their cubs in this district’s Pohari subdivision’s forest as a tribal shepherd claimed to have seen the big cats in the jungle.

Ramhet Adivasi, a resident of Umrai village, said he had sighted a tiger, a tigress and their two cubs moving in the jungle about a fortnight back, and when he went to the forest for grazing cattle on September 25, the tigers killed one of his cattle. He also informed the forest officials about the incident.

Some journalists, who visited the area along with forest officials of Pohari, also found bones of the cattle scattered in the forest. The villagers also confirmed that cattle were being killed by the tigers.

Pohari region is situated adjacent to Kuno-Palanpur forest that has been set up for providing habitat to tigers and other animals.

The presence of the tiger family in this region is being considered significant due to the dwindling population of big cats, cheetahs and leopards over the past few years.

The forest department sources said after confirmation of the presence of tiger family in the forest and gathering other related information, they would initiate further action.

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