Telangana tiger count now 14, says Forest depart survey
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Hyderabad, July 16 -- Two more tigers have been spotted in the Amrabad Tiger Reserve here, taking the total number of the cat in Telangana to 14. The count was taken during the state Forest department's Phase 4 monitoring, which was conducted in parts of the reserve's core area.
In the 2019 census of the Telangana State Forest department, 12 tigers had been identified. The Amrabad Tiger Reserve is home to highest population of Tigers in Telangana. The Phase IV monitoring is being conducted for monitoring the big cats in every Tiger Reserve in India, said a press release from the department on Friday, when the Annual Census Report was formally released by R. Sobha, Prl. Chief Conservator of Forests.
This ongoing Phase 4 monitoring and es...
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