Tiger Day today: 32 found in 2018 survey, tigers crossed 40 in Valmiki Tiger Reserve

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Tiger Day today: 32 found in 2018 survey, tigers crossed 40 in Valmiki Tiger Reserve
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The tiger population in Bihar is increasing rapidly. In the 2018 survey, 32 adult tigers were found in the Valmiki Tiger Reserve. In the 2022 survey, its number can cross 40. At the same time, the number of cousins ​​is being estimated at 10. More than 350 trap cameras were installed to count tigers at the core Jane of Valmiki Tiger Reserve. Survey was conducted in the forest for about three months. More than 50 thousand photos have been taken from these cameras. Of these, there are about 20 photos of tigers. After collecting the photo, the work of seeing the stripes of tigers is going on. Strips identify tigers. Dehradun Forest Research Institute has been sent to count them. By September, the counting process of tigers will be completed and sent to the National Tiger Protection Authority. The list of tigers across the country is issued by the Prime Minister for every four years. The number of tigers has increased in the death of 21 tigers in 15 years, but there has been an increase in the number of tigers, but their life has also increased. A female cub died in 2022. Two tigers in 2021 and one tigress, two tigers in 2018-19, two tigers in 2014, one tiger in 2012-13, two tigers in 2010, one tiger in 2010, 2007, 2008 and one tiger in 2009. The four cousins ​​of the zoo nomenclature are named by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. This will be announced by Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Neeraj Kumar Singh on 29 July on International Tiger Day. A tigress named Sangeeta has given birth to four cubs together in May. The number of tiger-tigers in the square is now not there. According to Surendra Singh, ancology director of the forest department, the minister will travel from the batting vehicle to the giraffe cage from gate number two. During this time, we will see other wild animals including giraffe. The tiger will then nam the four cubs near the cage. Tiger and forest related petting competition will be organized. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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