Tigress Sundari became dropped at Odisha’s Satkosia Tiger Reserve from Madhya Pradesh on June 28 (File)
Elusive Royal Bengal tigress Sundari became tranquilized after two weeks of jog in Odisha’s Satkosia Tiger Reserve on Tuesday.
Forest officials managed to tranquilize Sundari, the tigress introduced from Madhya Pradesh as piece of tiger re-introduction programme in the reserve.
“Sundari became tranquilized by the Satkosia Tiger Reserve professional personnel. The tigress is in factual situation,” stated Necessary Chief Conservator of Forest (Vegetation and fauna) Sandeep Tripathi.
Sundari will likely be taken to the Raiguda enclosure. The tigress became lodged after its translocation from Madhya Pradesh. Later, she became released to Satkosia, he added.
The authorities of the Nationwide Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and Vegetation and fauna Institute of India (WII) and forest division will possess shut on the subsequent course of circulation on the destiny of the tigress, the PCCF stated.
Jasoda, a Kunki (professional) elephant of Chandaka forest became ragged in tranquilizing Sundari. Moreover, two special groups had been roped in from Kanha and Pench Tiger Reserves in Madhya Pradesh in the tranquilization operation.
Sundari needed to be tranquilized following the quiz of locals after she mauled two persons shut to the Satakosia Tiger Reserve.
She became dropped at Odisha’s Satkosia Tiger Reserve from Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve on June 28. She became released into the Satkosia Tiger Reserve in August as piece of the tiger relocation project in August.