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Tiger recovered in Manas

One dead tiger recovered in Manas National Park on 25th March. This adult 'Royal Bengal Tiger'(male) was recovered near 'Mara-gyati' bridge, under Bansbari Forest Range of the park. Mr. A.K. Brahma, ranger of Bansbari Forest Range says that it has died as a result of its huge age, moreover according to some injured area noticed on its body they thinks that most probably the tiger was quarreled among other animal before death. Till the time of collecting this report, the department of Bansbari Forest Range informed to related vet. doctor for its postmortem.

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