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A tiger using an underpass on National Highway-44(WII/HT PHOTO)

Wildlife-friendly roads pay off, 18 species using special underpasses in Pench

Hindustan Times, Dehradun | By Suparna Roy
PUBLISHED ON OCT 08, 2020 06:30 PM IST
Wild dogs were found to use the underpasses the most, followed by tigers
The population of deer in national parks and wildlife sanctuaries should be 40 per square (sq) kilometre (km) and 35 or less per sq km, respectively.(Representational Image)
The population of deer in national parks and wildlife sanctuaries should be 40 per square (sq) kilometre (km) and 35 or less per sq km, respectively.(Representational Image)

Shifting of deer to maintain ecological pyramid in national parks of Madhya Pradesh

Hindustan Times, Bhopal | By Shruti Tomar
PUBLISHED ON SEP 25, 2020 05:18 PM IST
Translocation of 3,000 spotted deer from Bandhavgarh and Pench Tiger Reserves to three other national parks and a wild sanctuary in the state has started to ensure there is prey for tigers
The carcass of the tiger was discovered on Saturday evening in the Umred Paoni Karhandla (UPK) Sanctuary.(HT PHOTO)
The carcass of the tiger was discovered on Saturday evening in the Umred Paoni Karhandla (UPK) Sanctuary.(HT PHOTO)

Maharashtra loses 13th tiger this year, sub-adult male killed in infighting in UPK sanctuary

Hindustan Times, Mumai | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON SEP 13, 2020 06:04 PM IST
Forest officials suspect that the tiger which was about two years old, may have been killed by an 11-year-old tiger in search of territory.
Pugmarks and other evidence confirmed that Manoj was killed by a tiger. (Image used for representational purpose).(HT PHOTO.)
Pugmarks and other evidence confirmed that Manoj was killed by a tiger. (Image used for representational purpose).(HT PHOTO.)

Tiger kills teacher near MP’s Pench Tiger Reserve, forest dept calls it an accident

Hindustan Times, Bhopal | By Shruti Tomar
UPDATED ON AUG 07, 2019 08:24 PM IST
A contractual teacher working in a primary school, Manoj Dhruve of Mudiareeth village, had gone to collect mushrooms from the forest when he was attacked by a tiger.
A dog saved his owner’s life by forcing a tiger to retreat in Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh(REUTERS)
A dog saved his owner’s life by forcing a tiger to retreat in Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh(REUTERS)

Dog saves his master’s life during tiger attack in Madhya Pradesh forest

Bhopal | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON JUN 01, 2019 10:15 PM IST
As he was breaking off a tree branch, a tiger jumped out from bushes and attacked him, Gajba told reporters. His brother was some distance away.
The animals counted by the forest officials and volunteers included leopard, spotted deer, monkey, boar and peacock among others.(HT FILE)
The animals counted by the forest officials and volunteers included leopard, spotted deer, monkey, boar and peacock among others.(HT FILE)

Waterhole census: Should Mumbai worry about the health of its forest?

Hindustan Times | By Manoj R Nair, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON MAY 26, 2019 11:41 PM IST
Is the waterhole census report worrying? Should Mumbai be worried about the decline in the number of animals reported in its forest?
In a joint operation, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra forest departments have arrested 17 persons for allegedly killing and selling tigers’ body parts for black magic.(HT File)
In a joint operation, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra forest departments have arrested 17 persons for allegedly killing and selling tigers’ body parts for black magic.(HT File)

17 arrested for killing tigers, using body parts for black magic

Bhopal | By Shruti Tomar
PUBLISHED ON MAY 10, 2019 09:28 PM IST
Claws and paws of two adult tigers, a cub, and leopard was recovered from them and they claim to have buried body parts of another tiger in Pench tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh, the MP forest department officials said.
The cub’s mother T-1, also known as Avni, was shot dead on November 2, 2018, after allegations of the tigress being a man-eater surfaced.(HT Photo)
The cub’s mother T-1, also known as Avni, was shot dead on November 2, 2018, after allegations of the tigress being a man-eater surfaced.(HT Photo)

Avni’s year old cub likely to have jumped fence, missing since Dec 25

Hindustan Times | By Badri Chatterjee, Mumbai
UPDATED ON JAN 04, 2019 08:32 AM IST
Officials say T1-C1 may have jumped 10-foot fence in Yavatmal
T-1, an alleged man-eater, was killed on November 2, leading to an uproar among activists and public.(HT Photo)
T-1, an alleged man-eater, was killed on November 2, leading to an uproar among activists and public.(HT Photo)

51 days on, T-1’s one cub rescued

Mumbai | By Badri Chatterjee
PUBLISHED ON DEC 23, 2018 09:58 AM IST
T-1, an alleged man-eater, was killed on November 2, leading to an uproar among activists and public. The male cub is yet to be tranquillised and the rescue operation is likely to be completed by next week, said forest officers.
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