A Royal Bengal Tiger was slain in Assam. According to officials, a Royal Bengal Tiger died Friday as a consequence of an “accidental gunshot”. By forest workers in the periphery areas of eastern Assam’s world-famous Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNP & TR).
According to Karmashree P. Sivakumar, Director of the KNP & TR, forest workers found the body of a roughly 10-year-old male Royal Bengal Tiger in Japoripothar, Karuabari district (border area KNP & TR).
“The tiger died as a result of a gunshot wound suffered after an unintentional fire. Meant to frighten the tiger away from the public area, according to an investigation. Additionally, we are doing an exhaustive inquiry into the occurrence “As Sivakumar puts it.
“Two days prior, the tiger killed a wild ox and returned Thursday night. Forest guards were immediately sent to the area after locals informed the authorities of the tiger’s presence. The tiger and the forest guards came perilously close on Friday morning, with the tiger trying to attack them. Forest guards, left with no other option, opened fire in self-defense “According to the IFS’s highest-ranking officer.
According to Sivakumar, the tiger may have been unable to hunt in the forest due to its advanced age and went out in quest of livestock.
This is the third discovery of a tiger carcass in the KNP & TR in recent years. On June 5, the body of a four-year-old male tiger was locate in the Sidha Kathoni area of the national park.
According to forest officials, the four-year-old male tiger died as a result of inter-tiger combat.
in 1908 the KNP & TR was forms and covers the districts of Golaghat, Nagaon, Sonitpur, Biswanath, and Karbi Anglong in Assam, as well as the border with Arunachal Pradesh.
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It is home to about 2,400 one-horned Indian rhinos, which account for approximately two-thirds of the global population. Apart from rhinos, the KNP & TR is home to 121 tigers and 1,089 elephants, as well as significant populations of Asiatic buffalo, swamp deer, wild boar, hog deer, porcupine, and other endangered species and snakes.