Raj Express A tigress of Panna Tiger Reserve was rescued within the forest of Chitrakoot in Satna district and was given a radio collar for security. After carrying a radio collar, the tigress of the tigress can now be simply monitored.
According to Panna Tiger Reserve officers
Born in Panna Tiger Reserve 6 years in the past in December 2013, the tigress P-213, when she was younger, walked out of the Panna core space on 24 November 2015 whereas looking for a brand new dwelling for herself and knocked within the forest of Chitrakoot. Since then, this tigress has been conserving the forest of Sarabhanga beneath the forest zone Majhgawan of Satna. <! –
Radio collar of Panna's tigress in Chitrakoot forest
It was right here that the tigress was placed on a radio collar by Panna's rescue staff within the presence of the technical steering of Forest Doctor, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Gupta of the Panna Tiger Reserve and within the presence of Forest Officer, Satna Rajiv Mishra. P-213, the sister of this tigress who has made the forest of Chitrakoot her dwelling, was additionally lately radioed on 11 February.
The tigress, alongside together with her 4 cubs, moved out of the core space of Panna Tiger Reserve into the populated areas within the buffer space. It can be looking tigress cattle, making it radio collared conserving security in thoughts. Just three days after this, the tigress born in Panna was fainted in Chitrakoot forest Lentana and was efficiently placed on a radio collar.
According to the realm operator Panna Tiger Reserve
In October 2015, when the tigress P-213 was in Panna Tiger Reserve, she was carrying a radio collar. Now this radio collar was in a foul situation. The alerts had been in a position to be discovered solely as much as 100 and fifty meters, whereas the radio caller's sign is discovered within the vary of three kilometers in good situation. In this case, it was crucial to vary the radio collar for the protection of the tigress.
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