Tiger’s decomposed body found in Bengal’s Sundarbans
In a mishap to tiger preservation endeavors in Sundarbans, a decayed body of a major feline was found in the mangrove woodland.
As indicated by Forest Department authorities, recuperation of the cadaver of a full-developed tiger was a noteworthy “reason for concern” and the reason for its demise has not yet been found out.
“A point by point test has been requested to discover the real reason for its demise. The examination report could give a few insights to the strange passing,” an authority said.
Woodland authorities presumed that the tiger may have kicked the bucket 10-15 days back.
The Forest Department has been taking a gander at all the conceivable edges behind the demise of the enormous feline including the likelihood of a poaching endeavor however the hooks, teeth and skin or some other pieces of its body were recouped.
It was discovered that a device which is commonly utilized for getting deer was discovered lying close to its body and there might be some “unfairness” as its passing seemed to be “not seen as normal”.