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This handout photo released by the Maharashtra Forest Department on November 3, 2018 shows the dead body of the tiger known to hunters as T1 after being shot in the forests of India's Maharashtra state near Yavatmal. Avni, a man-eating tigeress that claimed more than a dozen victims in two years has been shot dead, sparking controversy over the legality of its killing.(AFP)

Maharashtra tigress death: Avni had not hunted or eaten for 4-5 days, says necropsy report

Mumbai | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON NOV 09, 2018 05:16 PM IST
A wildlife expert said that observation of fluid and gas, without any solid content, means that tigress Avni had not hunted or eaten for about 4-5 days, however, it is commonly observed in large cats that they eat 25-30 kg meat on a single day and do not eat for 7 days at a stretch.
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