Rescued tiger cub healthy say Panna Reserve officials

BHOPAL: After being rescued from a cave last week, the feeble wild cub abandoned by a tigress is recovering rapidly and is in good health at Panna Tiger Reserve in eastern Madhya Pradesh.

 

“The two-month-old cub is fast recovering. We are monitoring its health round the clock,” reserve veterinarian Dr Sanjeev Gupta said.

 

“The tiger cub is being fed milk and other supplements,” reserve field director R S Murthy said. The

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