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Special on World Tiger Day: Tiger's clan increased in Reserve Forest of Chhattisgarh, evidence of being 19 to 25

Special on World Tiger Day: Tiger's clan increased in Reserve Forest of Chhattisgarh, evidence of being 19 to 25

There are indications of increasing tigers in Chhattisgarh once again. The news is going to give relief because in the last 8 years, the number of tigers has been strange here. In 2014, a report of 46 tigers in the forests here was released. Four years later, the report of 2018 further surprised because the number was reduced from half to 19. After this, 13 crores have been spent on the protection of tigers in the last three years. It is believed that in the report released by the Central Government on International Tiger Day on Friday, 29 July, 6 of tigers in Chhattisgarh The growth can be shown. The calculation of tigers was started about six months ago under the prescribed process. This time the National Tiger Conservation Authority included the same tigers in the count, whose pictures were clicked in the camera hidden at different places in the forest. Bhaskar took reports from responsible officers of the three Tiger Reserve Forest Udanti Sitanadi, Indravati and Achanakmar of Chhattisgarh. He took information about the photographs which have been sent to the National Tiger Conservation Authority from different areas of the forest. According to the information he gave, three tigers are expected to grow surprisingly in Indravati. In the forests where more than 245 cameras were installed in the core area, all the pictures of tigers have been clicked in all. Scrutiny of tiger photographs has revealed that earlier there were only three tigers, now six tigers are roaming in different areas of the forest. Similarly, there are indications of increasing two in 245 cameras in Achanakmar and one tiger in 55 cameras in Udanti Sitanagar Tiger Reserve Forest. In the 2018 calculation, only 5 tigers were presented in Achanakmar, while 7 tigers have been seen wandering in the camera trap. Similarly, Udanti has increased from one to 2 in Sitanadi. The Central Government and the state government planned to vacate the villages to increase the number of Achanakmar Tiger Reserve Tigers. A 2019 proposal was made for this. Under this, 19 villages are to be shifted. Till now only three villages, 128 families of Chhodda Virar Pani, Tilai Dabra have been settled in the Lormi range. Now the proposal has been prepared to settle three villages. This time the National Tiger Conservation Authority included many types of tigers in counting. Efforts are being made to increase the number and increase the number of tigers in the state at every level. The plan to shift villages from the core area of ​​Tiger Reserve is also going on. PV Narasimha Rao, PCCF-Wl-Light Foreign Bar; After the death of the tigress Mausikisi tigress, the tigress, who is raising the orphaned cubs, does not even raise his cubs to the sisters of the tigress, but this is happening in the Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve Reserve, Guru Ghasidas Tiger Reserve. Wildlife experts claim that this may be the first case in the world. When a tigress T-18 died in March 2022, 4 cubs were orphans. One also died in a few days. Then these cubs were supported by a tigress named T-28. She is not only being able to hunt these cubs with her 3 children, while another sister of the deceased tigress T-17 drove these cubs in a day or two, while she too 3 Is raising cubs. His tigress aunt is raising the dead tigress cubs, this development is surprised by not only experts from Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh but also WWF officials working for wildlife in 200 countries. Forest officials of Chhattisgarh also went to the Forest Reserve and saw these cubs and hoped that the tigers will grow in the Guru Ghasidas Tiger Reserve because Guru Ghasidas Tiger Reserve has come into existence after being separated from Sanjay Dubri Reserve. Senior Project Officer of CubwWF Upendra Dubey said that most of his cubs do not survive if the tigress dies. They either eat tigers and eat them, become victims of other wildlife, or die of hunger. VP Singh, the director of Sanjay Dubri Reserve, said that the tigress's cub who died may have been killed by his father T-26, because he would have felt that he would not become a rival. The male tiger also allows his child to stay in his area for one to one and a half years, the mother also starts chasing the children after one and a half years, does not participate in the hunting so that they become self-sufficient. Copyright © 2022-23 DB Corp Ltd .

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July 29th 2022, 12:27 am
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