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Leopards caught in snare trap: 1 dies, other injured   

The Times of India
New Delhi
19 Feb 2018

DHARAMSHALA: A leopard caught in a snare trap set by poachers died a painful death, while another sutained grievous injuries after falling into another set up elsewhere. The leopards, both around a year old, were found in Palampur area on Sunday.

Poaching activities increase during winter season as leopards and other animals come down from high reaches after snowfall. Earlier too, TOI had repor...

Foresters arrest poachers but no account of missing tigers   

The Times of India
New Delhi
15 Feb 2018

On October 1, 2015, Karnataka forest department officials seized tiger bones from a person near Biligiri Ranga Temple Tiger Reserve in Karnataka, close to the highway bordering Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve (STR). It was suspected that the tiger was killed in Sathyamangalam for its hide and claws. Forest department officials, from Karnataka and Tamil Nadu arrested five more people in this regard an...

2 tiger cubs found dead in MTR   

The Times of India
14 Feb 2018

Two tiger cubs, believed to be around 15-days-old, were found dead in Avaralla Beat in Masinagudi Range inside the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) on Tuesday. A postmortem on the carcasses was performed by veterinarian, Pon Kalaivani.

Forest department officials told reporters that they suspect the cubs could have been killed either by a male tiger that had wanted to mate with the mother of the t...

Getting the numbers right   

The Pioneer
New Delhi
13 Feb 2018

Preserving the tiger is contingent upon knowing accurately how many there are

The Wildlife Institute of India`s renewed focus to re-evaluate its aims and methodology which will reflect in its capture of data on the number of tigers in the country for Census 2018 is a vital effort in India`s efforts to protect the tiger. The move will go a long way to address the apparent anomalies, especially d...


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