In Hingna drain tigress found dead; 22nd death this year
Let us tell you that the body of this tigress was found by a team of forest department during their routine patrolling in a drain of Chankapur drain in Neri Mankar.
Nagpur: The process of killing tigers is still going on in Maharashtra and on Friday evening the carcass of the 22nd tiger was also found in the Hingna range.
Let us tell you that the body of this tigress was found by a team of forest department during their routine patrolling in a drain of Chankapur drain in Neri Mankar. Along with this, forest officials have also said that the cause of death in the post-mortem of the tigress is being told as cardiac respiratory failure.
The tigress, aged about three to four years, had been sent for autopsy on Saturday morning as it was night when the patrol party had also started taking stock of the situation.
Forest workers were also present at the site of the incident
Taking action as per the guidelines of the National Tiger Conservation Authority, the Forest Department has also started the process of post-mortem. The autopsy was done by Dr. Sudarshan Kakade, Dr. Kishore Bhadange, and Dr. Sujith Kolangat Veterinary. According to preliminary information, the tigress has died due to cardiac respiratory failure. And samples have also been sent to Nagpur Laboratory for forensics.
Along with this, Assistant conservator of forests Narendra Chandewar, Ashish Ninave, Nagpur forest department sub-conservator PG Kodape, forest range officers Hina Rathod, M Kapgate, Sarika Vairagade, Vijay Gangawane, and other forest workers were also present at the site of the incident.
The Panchnama has been fully prepared in the presence of Honorary Wildlife Warden Udham Singh Yadav and Ajinkya Bhatkar.
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