Tiger circus

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China – South China Morning Post

Circus Tiger Escapes During Show In China, But Dies After Being Captured And Sent To Zoo.

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A circus tiger that escaped from its cage during a show in central China was captured by police after an overnight search, but died while it was being transported to a nearby zoo, according to media reports.

Two people from the circus where the tiger was raised in the county of Yuanyang, Henan province, have been detained, Beijing Youth Daily reported, without elaborating. It said the tiger escaped during the circus’ first public show, which had not been registered with the local authorities.

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A Chinese tiger was killed after it was escaped from a circus.

While on the run, the tiger apparently bumped into a car. One day later the tiger was tracked and tranquilised before transported to a zoo.

In the picture you can see that the care for the tiger was unsatisfactory.

Two people of the circus have been detained.

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Parsa tiger

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India – Khabarhub

47 Animals Hit To Deaths By Vehicles In Paras National Park Last Fiscal Year.

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A total of 47 wildlife at the Parsa National Park were hit to deaths by motor vehicles in the last fiscal year, according to a data.

According to the data made available by the park, a total of 47 wildlife were hit to deaths by motor vehicles during the fiscal year (2018/19).

Road safety has been a major concern for the Park to protect wildlife.

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In Parsa National Park, an Indian tiger reserve, were 47 animals killed in one year by motor vehicle – including one tiger.

This is only one out of 50 tiger reserves, indicating that roads, motor vehicles and wildlife management are not a good combinations and should be avoided at any costs.

Gazipur zoo tiger

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Bangladesh – BD News 24

Tiger Dies ‘After Eating Monitor Lizard’ In Bangladesh Safari Park.

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The big cat, one of four born together in the park, stopped eating and became drowsy after it had eaten a large monitor lizard some days ago, the park’s Acting Supervisor Md Tobibur Rahman told bdnews24.com on Friday.

It was tranquilised and given treatment, but could not be seen for some days, he said.

The animal was found dead on a path inside the section for tigers last Monday afternoon, the supervisor said.

 

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A tiger in a Bangladesh zoo (Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park in Gazipur) dies suddenly.

Supervisor and livestock officer think it died after eating a lizard or being bitten by a snake.

The post-mortem didn’t clarify the cause of death. Samples are set to a research centre in Dhaka.

Dead Bandipur tiger by car

A tiger was found dead on the wee hours of Saturday on the edge of national highway leading to the Bandipur Tiger Reserve near Raghuvanahalli in Chamarajanagar district.

According to forest officials, the tiger is suspected to have died after getting hit by a car when it was crossing the road outside the boundary. This is the fifth tiger death in Bandipur since January. There were scraping marks of the tiger’s claws at the spot, and also some tiger fur a little away from the spot where the carcass was found.

Although there is a traffic ban between 9 pm and 6 am inside the tiger reserve for the 25 km stretch on National Highway 212, cars travel all night on the rest of the highway all the time, cutting across Bandipur forests.

“We have filed a complaint, registered an FIR and are making efforts to track down the vehicle,” Conservator of Forests T Balachandra, who is also the Director of the Bandipur Tiger Reservetold The Hindu.

This incident comes after former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday ruffled some feathers as he urged the Centre to lift the existing night traffic ban in Bandipur Tiger Reserve. He also asked if the Centre will consider the proposal for constructing an elevated corridor, which has been opposed vehemently by environmentalists and officials of the forest department. To his question, Minister for Road, Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said that status quo will be maintained.

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