Royal Bengal Tiger Found Wandering

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News / 09 Aug 2021 / 350 Comment

Here’s is Rare Video of the Royal Bengal Tiger Wandering around Flock of Deer at Kaziranga National Park

News update : World fame and UNESCO declared World Heritage Site Kaziranga National Park is an abode of 121 tigers and other several varieties of flora and fauna.

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An interesting video is making rounds on social media in which royal Bengal Tiger could be seen roaming along with a flock of deer in the deep jungle of Kohora in Kaziranga National Park. It was shocking to watch that all seemed very comfortable and enjoyed the presence of each other. However, some deer on alert and watchful barked from a distance.

It is hardly one get to spot such a wonderful moment in the national park that is home to 121 royal Bengal Tigers.

Kaziranga National Park Video

According to a census conducted Tiger density and population in Assam has increased to 200 in 2021 from 159 in 2018 while three of its Tiger Reserves – Orang National Park, Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park – have got the Accreditation of the Global Conservation Assured /Tiger Standards (CA/TS) in July. As of now, there are 121 tigers in Kaziranga, 48 in Manas, 28 in Orang and three in Nameri Tiger Reserves.

According to a census conducted Tiger density and population in Assam has increased to 200 in 2021 from 159 in 2018 while three of its Tiger Reserves – Orang National Park, Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park – have got the Accreditation of the Global Conservation Assured /Tiger Standards (CA/TS) in July. As of now, there are 121 tigers in Kaziranga, 48 in Manas, 28 in Orang and three in Nameri Tiger Reserves.

Unique Eastern Swamp Deer in only found in Assam’s Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park. This endangered deer species has a worldwide population of around 2000 only and most of those are thriving in Kaziranga National Park.

Some of the wildlife species have been translocated from Kaziranga National Park to Manas National Park. The swamp deer is the most unobtrusive among the Kaziranga’s big five – Rhinoceros, Tigers, Elephant and Asiatic Water Buffalo in that order of Prominence.

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