India: a tiger, incriminated in 13 deaths, was captured

He is baptized “Conflict Tiger” Where “CT-1”. Indian wildlife authorities on Thursday (October 13th) captured a tiger that was blamed for the deaths of 13 people, an official said. The five-year-old male was tranquilized and captured nearly a week after authorities agreed he posed a threat to humans, authorizing his capture.

The big cat has been blamed for the deaths of 13 residents of remote forest regions in the western state of Maharashtra since December. His last victim dates from last month. “We followed the tiger for a while and it was finally captured in the forest”told AFP Kishor Mankar, an official of the services responsible for the protection of nature.

He will either be released or kept in captivity

According to Kishor Mankar, all the victims were attacked in the forest, where some of them were living or collecting firewood. The tiger has been moved to the nearby region of Nagpur where it is being monitored by vets before a decision is made on its future, it added. He will either be released or kept in captivity. CT-1 is not a rare case in the country.

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