Corbett Park Officials were surprised to see “Tiger and Tigress are living in harmony”

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Corbett Park officials are surprised to see the positive change in behavior of the Tiger and tigress in Uttrakhand. Officials have also discovered three tigers and a tigress together in the Fatehpur array of Corbett Tiger Reserve.

Reality is quite different from this sudden togetherness of Tiger and tigress. Tigers separately dwell in the large area of the forest by dividing their territory. Now they are getting closer and have no issue with being together. The Forest Department cannot resist this and still wondering about the same. 

Ramnagar’s wildlife expert AG Ansari says that the tiger’s region is spread over 20 km at least. 

The attack on the tigers is increasing and it is also been confirmed with the record of the 80 CCTV cameras in a radius of 15 to 20 km in the Fatehpur range. The footage also showed that four tigers are roving in the area. Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun is tracking all the development.

The 4 tigers were seen together and it is shocking for all this changed behavior will lead Forest officials to make some research to conclude.  The tiger’s territory is made up of claws and urine and their urine’s smell is so strong that can be sensed that there are territories in that region. Another sign of identification of the tiger’s territory is the Tiger’s nail mark on the trees. One Tiger cannot enter another Tiger’s territory and if that happens then generally bursts into a fight to the death. 

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