Dead white tiger

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India – Odisha Times

White tiger ‘Subhranshu’ Dies At Odisha’s Nandankanan zoo

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Ailing white tiger ‘Subhranshu’ died at the Nandankanan Zoological Park in Odisha capital, today.

The animal was suffering from blood protozoan disease and undergoing treatment under the supervision of zoo veterinarians. However, it breathed its last around 10.15 am this morning. Autopsy will be conducted to ascertain the exact cause of death, zoo sources said.

The tiger had stopped food intake inside the feeding chamber since October 12. Subhranshu was born to Royal Bengal Tiger (RBT) Maneesh and white tigress Sneha on July 28, 2014. With the death of the tiger, the zoo now houses 12 male and 13 female tigers.

Commentary

While earlier reports told us there were worries about Subhranshu, a white tiger in the Nandankan Zoological Park in Oshisha (India), we learned now that the tiger died.

It stopped eating since October 12 and was suffering from a blood disease.

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White tiger Subhranshu

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India – Orissa Post

White tiger Subhranshu falls sick at Nandankanan Zoological Park.

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White tiger Subhranshu has fallen sick at the Nandankanan zoo once again. It has stopped its food intake and is under treatment in its feeding chamber, a source in the zoo said.

The rare animal continued to lay at one place Saturday leaving the zoo authorities in a fix.

It may be mentioned here that Subhranshu has not been keeping well since last couple of days. It was first found to be unwell September 22 and subsequently suffered from diarrhea.

Commentary

The breeding of white tigers always leads to health problems of the produced tigers.

The reason why zoos breed white tigers is because of money reasons. There is no conservation at stake and it has nothing to do with education while the animals involved are having a painful life.

#tiger #tigernews

Topeka tiger zoo cub

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USA – WIBW

Topeka tiger cubs turns one year old.

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The Topeka’s Sumatran tiger cubs turn one year old this weekend. The extremely rare cubs birthday is a very special occasion for the zoo.

Activities began this morning at the zoo and ended with a behind the scenes tour of the tiger building.

The community had the chance to step up close and see how they live outside the zoo.

Commentary

Zoos use a protocol to get the most publicity (=visitors) out of tiger cubs.

It starts with the pregnancy of the mother, than the labour, followed by the birth. After the birth the medical check-up is news, just like the moment they can decide the sexe. After 3 months it’s a new moment to tell the crowd they are doing fine and then after one year is the last moment to use the cubs as a magnet for visitors.

All these moments are used for press releases, invites for (local) journalists and special activities.

After one year the cubs are almost grown and not (extra) interesting anymore.

#tiger #tigernews

Airbnb

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USA – Peta

Big News! Airbnb Experiences Ban SeaWorld, Elephant Rides, Tiger Cub Petting, More.

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After working with PETA, international hospitality company Airbnb announced the launch of new policy guidelines governing its Animal Experiences, which ban direct-contact activities that abuse and exploit wild animals!

Airbnb Experiences are bookable tours and activities, designed and led by local experts. While Airbnb has excluded elephant rides from its tourism experiences for some time now, the new policy prohibits other encounters that cause animals harm, such as swimming with dolphins and photo ops with tiger cubs.

Commentary

Peta has worked together with Airbnb to make new guidelines.

These guidelines mean that Airbnb will ban direct-contact activities that abuse and exploit wild animals!

Another big step!

#tiger #tigernews

Paradise county tiger cubs exploitation

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Australia – MyGC.com

Tiger cubs enjoy last few days at Paradise Country.

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Gold Coasters only have a few days left to meet tiger cubs Maliah and Melah at Paradise Country.

This weekend will be their last at the park before they head back to their wildlife reserve in New South Wales.

The now four-month-old tiger cubs and were the first species to visit Paradise Country’s new Global Conservation Centre as part of a partnership with the Bullen family.

Commentary

Australian zoo Paradise Country have exploited two tiger cubs since they were born by setting them up for almost 500 photo sessions with visitors.

The zoo made at least $ 80,000 and half of it will go to NGO Flora and Fauna International.

The tigers will be traumatized for life.

#tiger #tigernews

Ming the tiger

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USA – MSN News

Ming, Tiger Famously Found In NYC Apartment In 2003, Dies At Animal Sanctuary.

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The tiger who earned his stripes in New York City folklore has died.

Ming the tiger gained fame when he was discovered living inside Harlem’s Drew Hamilton Houses in 2003.

Ming had injured his owner, tipping authorities off to his unusual living arrangements.

The giant cat was removed from his Big Apple apartment and spent the last 15 years at an animal sanctuary in Ohio.

 

Commentary

15 years ago Ming, a grown up tiger, was held as a pet in a tiny apartment in Harlem, New York.

New York is now one of the states in the USA that prohibits tigers as pets.

15 years ago Ming injured his owner and was brought to a sanctuary in Ohio, where he died of natural causes.

This already happened in February but news about it was just released.

#tiger #tigernews

Toma Amur tiger

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USA – New York Business Journal

Toma, The Tiger, Dies At Rosamond Gifford Zoo.

Content

Toma, a male Amur tiger at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, has died at age 18, the zoo announced Tuesday in a Facebook post.

Toma was the oldest living male Amur tiger in human care and had previously survived cancer treatment, the Syracuse zoo said.

Commentary

Toma was the oldest Amur tiger in captivity in the world and was euthanized on orders of the management of the zoo in New York (USA), a state where euthanising humans is not allowed.

Zoos see tigers as moneymakers. They attract more people than any other animal. Most of the times the management of zoos makes their audience believe that tigers are in zoos because of a ‘survival” plan, which is highly questionable as there are better ways for tigers to create this.

Ted Fox, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo director, said the zoo will acquire another pair of Amur tigers and continue to participate in the species survival plan in the future.

What he really means is that they need another tiger to attract people to the zoo again.

#tiger #tigernews

Detroit zoo tiger

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USA – C&G Newspapers

Expanded Tiger Habitat Opens At Detroit Zoo.

Content

On Sept. 13, the Detroit Zoo hosted “opening day” for its Amur tigers and publicly unveiled the new Devereaux Tiger Forest habitat, which houses 2-year-old brothers Nikolai and Aleksei, and 16-year-old female Kisa.

The brothers were born at the Columbus Zoo; Kisa was born at the Detroit Zoo.

The new $3.5 million, 1-acre habitat, which is four times larger than and incorporates the old habitat, is located in the zoo’s Asian Forest and reflects the tigers’ native landscape of eastern Russia, with elevated vantage points, open spaces, wooded areas, pools, a waterfall and a cave.

Commentary

Despite the beautiful words and the references to conservation of tigers in the world this Detroit zoo has invested US$ 3.5 million into a cage for tigers. A luxury one.

But nothing into the conservation of tigers in the wild. That’s the priority of this Detroit zoo.

#tiger #tigernews

Subhranshu tiger
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India – Hindustan Times
Photo credits: Orissa Post

8 Animals Die In Two Zoos Because Of Virus Infection.

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Two separate viruses have killed eight animals—four each of big cats and elephants—in two zoos in Rajasthan and Odisha in the past one week.

A white tigress, fondly known as Sita, died at Rajasthan’s Nahargarh Biological Park on Thursday morning due to Canine Distemper Virus (CDV), third death because of CDV in the last one week.

In Nandankanan Zoological Park in Bhubaneswar, a tigress suspected to have died because of Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpes Virus, which has claimed lives of three elephants in the last one month.

Commentary

More and more tigers die in Indian zoos. Now two tigers have died in different zoos because of multiple viruses, next to six other animals.

A senior Rajasthan forest official on condition of anonymity said, “It is a serious concern, as earlier, this virus was seen affecting lions. But, now tigers have also got infected.”

This sloppiness is unforgiveable, as anyone knows you have to contain viruses.

It raises another question: are people safe from these viruses when they visit zoos?

#tiger #tigernews

Chewy tiger

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USA – KOAA News 5

Cheyenne Mountain Tiger Chosen For Breeding Program.

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo announced Thursday their Amur tiger, Chewy, was selected as a breeding match with a tiger from the Bramble Park Zoo in South Dakota.

Savelii, Bramble Park’s tiger, will move to Colorado Springs in hopes the two will mate and reproduce.

The other male Amur tiger at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Thimbu, will move to Bramble Park Zoo, as he is not compatible.

Commentary

Cheyenne Mountain zoo in Colorado Springs says it wants to breed Amur tigers because they are endangered.

Of course this (conservation) is the most heard excuse to create extra possibilites to lure visitors into the zoo as tiger cubs are magnets for people.

This zoo already tried before in 2018. But that didn’t work out as the two tigers that were supposed to reproduce got in a fight. The female tiger died after a cut in the neck.

What do you think of this?

 

#tiger #tigernews

Longleat tiger

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United Kingdom – Daily Mail

Earning Their Stripes! Three-Month-Old Tiger Cubs Pounce And Play Fight With Their Mother As They Venture Outside For The First Time At Wiltshire Safari Park.

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Heartwarming footage shows two endangered tiger cubs cuddling with their mother as they venture outside for the first time.

The clip from Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire shows the three-month-old Amur tigers pouncing and play fighting in their enclosure.

Their mother Yana appears very protective of her babies as she places a loving paw around the pair and stands in front of them.

Commentary

UK Longleat zoo knows how to exploit tigers and is following the tiger cub exploitation protocol.

This step is about the first presentation of the cubs to the public – always an amazing magnet for visitors and media.

#tiger #tigernews

Dead tiger Rama

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India – The Indian Express

Zoo Tiger Death: Post-Mortem Rules Out External Injuries.

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The Post-mortem report of Rama, the eight-and-a-half year old Royal Bengal tiger who died in Delhi’s National Zoological Park Friday, shows there were no external injuries, a zoo official said Saturday.

This discredits allegations raised by activists that the tiger was attacked by keepers, said R A Khan, zoo curator. An examination report by the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Uttar Pradesh, is awaited, he added.

“The post-mortem report does not mention that there are any external injuries. There were allegations that the tiger was hit on the head. Nothing like that has been found,” he said.

Commentary

The post-mortem on the recently passed away tiger Rama in one of the worst zoos in the world (Delhi Zoo in India) shows that the tiger died because organs failed.

External injuries were ruled out by the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) that conducted the post-mortem.

It is amazing though that this post-mortem was done within 24 hours after the death of Rama – it just never happens so fast. As if the zoo wants to re-direct the negative publicity on the zoo to somewhere else.

After so many dead animals (245 in 14 months) a thorough survey needs to be done on all things happening and what happened in this zoo, the management of the zoo included.

Such a decision can also be made within 24 hours by the Indian zoo association (CZA).

#tiger #tigernews

Delhi zoo tiger

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India – India TV News

Bengal Tiger Dies At Delhi Zoo.

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An eight-year-old Bengal tiger died in the Delhi zoo on Friday due to “multiple organ failure”, officials said. Rama died around 1 pm on Friday.

The zoo has seen deaths of 245 animals from April 2018 to June 2019. It has also lost the entire population of around 10 animal species, including chinkara, water monitor lizard, soft-shelled turtle and ostrich, in recent times.

Recently the zoo’s last cape buffalo died allegedly after eating plastic.

Commentary

One of the worst zoos in the world is in Delhi (India). In 14 months already 245 animals died in this Delhi zoo. Now one of their main attractions, a royal Bengal tiger named Rama, suddenly died.

One week before the tiger attacked a zookeeper, injuring the hand of the careless employee. It might be a coincidence that the tiger died one week after the incident, but the odds are against it.

This calls for a thorough investigation on the zoo as a whole (management too). But the question is: will the Indian zoo association (CZA) have the guts to do this?

#tiger #tigernews

Bengal Safari tiger park

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India – Millennium Post

Royal Bengal Tigers To Be Released In Open At Bengal Safari Park.

Content

People visiting the Bengal Safari Park in Siliguri during the Durga Puja will get the opportunity to behold something special as two Royal Bengal tigers will be released in the open on October 1.

State Forest minister Bratya Basu will be in North Bengal to officially release Rika and Kika. It was Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who had named these tiger cubs in September last year. Shila, the female Royal Bengal tiger at the park, had given birth to three cubs in May last year.

One of the three named Ika had died a few months back. The cubs since its birth were kept in a separate enclosure away from public view. The cubs are now nearly one-and-half-months-old and the park authorities feel that the time is ripe to release them in the open so that people moving in vehicles can enjoy a tiger safari.

Commentary

India is the country with the most tiger reserves, the most tiger habitats, the most tigers and the most advanced conservation programs.

Still it keeps tigers in zoos and sanctuaries and it allows and supports breeding in captivity.

It even gives a lot of honor considering the involvement of state ministers, chief ministers, tourism ministers and development ministers.

Are captive tigers more important than wild tigers? Or is something else the matter?

#tiger #tigernews

Roosevelt zoo tiger

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USA – kfyrtv.com

Roosevelt Park Zoo Receives AZA Accreditation.

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As we reported Tuesday, the Association of Zoos & Aquariums granted the accreditation of Roosevelt Park Zoo by the AZA’s independent Accreditation Commission.

Accredited since 1989, the Roosevelt Park Zoo says the AZA is the gold-medal standard and having the accreditation makes them a reputable zoo.

“People can know by coming and supporting the Roosevelt Park Zoo that they are supporting a quality zoo that does put animal welfare as a high priority and all of our aspects of operations,” said Becky Dewitz, the Roosevelt Park Zoo director.

Commentary

Zoos have reputation problems. Not because of their service but because they keep most animals locked without any purpose besides making money to survive or profit.

There are 2400 zoos in the USA. Around 15 percent has an accreditation of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA).

This AZA exists because of exploitation of animals and because zoos pay a high fee for getting an accreditation, so the AZA can “brand” their members so visitors have more confidence in the zoo.

In the end It is nothing more than a self-sustaining method for zoos to survive.

#tiger #tigernews

Tiger Devereaux

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USA – WILX News

New Exhibit Featuring Amur Tigers Opens At Detroit Zoo.

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The Detroit Zoological Society says the Devereaux Tiger Forest is home to 2-year-old males, Nikolai and Aleksei, and 16-year-old female, Kisa.

The $3.5 million habitat at the zoo in the Detroit suburb of Royal Oak mirrors the tigers’ native landscape of far eastern Russia and includes wooded areas, pools and a waterfall.

The Richard C. Devereaux Foundation gave a $1 million gift for the exhibit’s renovations and expansion.

Commentary

The Detroit zoo opened a new tiger home for 3 tigers. The cost: US$ 3,5 million.

The Deveraux family invested one million dollar.

Just think about how much tigers in the wild could have been saved with this amount of money.

#tiger #tigernews

Tiger Temple tigers

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Thailand – Bangkok Post

Half Of Tigers Seized From Temple Have Died.

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More than half of the 147 tigers seized from a Kanchanaburi temple three years ago have died of laryngeal paralysis, which causes upper airway obstruction in the animals.

The large cats in the care of two wildlife sanctuaries in Ratchaburi province had shown symptoms since they were brought there in June 2016, according to officials at the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP).

Officials detected the signs back then and despite constant care, 86 of them died, most of which were of the Siberian breed, they said.

Commentary

86 of 147 seized tigers from the Tiger Temple trafficking syndicate died. The reason: Laryngeal paralysis, caused by immune deficiencies from inbreeding. Others say stress is an important cause as well.

If the Thai government would have had proper system of controlling captive tigers and struct rules for tigers in captivity this NEVER would have happened.

Thailand is one of the three countries in the tiger axis of evil, next to China and the USA.

#tiger #tigernews

Tiger cubs

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Malaysia – Malay Mail

DBKL, Malaysian Zoological Society Collaborate To Conserve Malayan Tigers.

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Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Malaysian Zoological Society (MZS) at National Zoo in a bid to save the Malayan tiger.

DBKL was represented by Mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan while MZS, by its president Datuk Seri Zaharin Md Arif.

The MoU on Endangered Species Conservation Programme, “Selamatkan Si Belang”, effective today until 2022, covers the disbursement of contributions for food, care, treatment and management of the three Malayan tiger cubs, Melur, Wira and Hebat, born on May 1.

Commentary

Malaysia makes a big mistake by funding a money-losing zoo and calling this awareness.

Raising awareness on the problems Malayan tigers have is focussing on the problems they have. The major problems of Malayan tigers are palm oil and human encroachment and not being protected effectively by the government so poachers have all kinds of opportunites.

Awareness campaigns on the effects of palm oil and changing the behavior of the Malayan people would help. Raising awarenes by focussing on the massive human encroachment so the government can finally underrtkae action helps. Raising awareness on poachers so villagers can help detect them helps.

Investing money in a zoo, even one single ringgit, is not about raising awareness. It is a waste of money.

#tiger #tigernews

Delhi zoo tiger

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India – Indian Express

Delhi: Zookeeper Attacked While Trying To Give Water To Royal Bengal Tiger

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A 50-year-old zookeeper at the National Zoological Park was attacked by an eight-year-old Royal Bengal tiger early Tuesday morning, said zoo officials.

The incident took place around 4 am when zookeeper Fateh Singh and a contractual labourer went to give water to Rama, the tiger.

“The tiger has been unwell since July and the zookeepers routinely visit it to keep an eye on the animal and give it water or food. At 4 am, when Singh went to check on it, Rama suddenly snapped and hit him on his right hand with its front paw from inside the cage,” said a source at the zoo.

Commentary

Another incident at the Delhi zoo – now a tiger attacks a zoo keeper who almost lost two fingers.

The excuse is that he brought water.

But how is it possible there is a direct contact with a lethal animal?

The big question is when this zoo is being closed down, because of the many incidents and breaches of protocols.

#tiger #tigernews

Kansas City Zoo tiger cubs

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USA – Kake.com

Kansas Zoo Says 3 New Tigers Cubs Are A Boy And 2 Girls.

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The Rolling Hills Zoo in Salina says three Amur tiger cubs born last month are a boy and two girls.

The cubs were born August 14 to mother Andrea and father Dhenuka.

“Since their birth, via the tiger cameras, the animal care staff have been watching these three grow, shared Brenda Gunder, General Curator. “I feel the male was the first born due to his size from day one. The first born has been on the move and keeping his mother Andrea busy, and has also remained the largest of the three.”

Commentary

Tigers are the moneymakers of zoos. White tigers are even better than ‘regular’ tigers but tiger cubs beat the odds: the ultimate moneymakers.

To make the most money out of the tiger cubs zoos always follow more or less the same protocol.

1. when mama tiger is pregnant, it is big news.
2. when tiger cubs are born, it is big news.
3. when tiger cubs can be presented after a few days, it is big news.
4. when tiger cubs are around six weeks, their sexe can be defined – which is big news, often accompanied with a contest for the name.
5. when the tiger cubs are big enough to be presented to the audience, it is big news.
6. when tiger cubs get their first medical check up, it is big news.

But all the news is commercial exposure. No animal gets better from it, only the owners of zoos that refuse to be transparent in telling how much they earn. There must be a reason for that….

#tiger #tigernews

Tiger brothers

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USA – WXYZ News

Tiger Brothers Debut At New Tiger Forest At Detroit Zoo.

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It’s opening day for the tigers….at the Detroit Zoo.

The Detroit Zoo introduced the new Devereaux Tiger Forest and welcomed Amur tigers Nikolai and Aleksei, 2-year-old brothers who were born at the Columbus Zoo.

The habitat is also home to 16-year-old female Kisa, who was born at the Detroit Zoo.

Commentary

The Detroit zoo knows that  tigers are supreme moneymakers. They are so  important that they decided to build a $ 3.5 million ‘habitat’, which is in fact a fancy prison – as a habitat is something complety different and now only used to make people feel comfortable.

The Detroit zoo unfortunately doesn’t spend a dime to tiger conservation. At least, it is nowhere to be seen on the website.

Isn’t that extra cruel?

#tiger #tigernews

Colchester zoo tiger cub

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United Kingdom – Halstead Gazette

Colchester Zoo Releases Tiger Cubs Update As They Reach 12-Weeks.

Content

Mischa, Tatana and Pasha have just received their 12-week medical check up including their first set of jabs.

The brothers, Mischa and Pasha, now weight more than 12kg each and all three are said to be growing well.

Commentary

Tigers are key-moneymakers for zoos. Without tigers zoos would have less visitors. Supreme moneymakers are white tigers and of course cubs.

Zoos always follow the same exploitaion protocol, to make the most money out of new tiger cubs.

1. announcing the pregnancy
2. the birth – with pictures
3. the first presentation – with a name competition
4. the revealing of the sexes – presenting the names

And last but not least, every other step in the development of the cubs until they are lost their ‘adorable’ status.

#tiger #tigernews

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Negara tigers

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Raising Apex Predators At Zoo Negara.

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Zookeeper Umar Ashraf, 32, fixed his eyes briefly on the Malayan tiger cubs, Wira, Hebat and Melur, who could not stop hissing and roaring at him. He continued to point a water hose around their enclosure.

The cubs’ mother, Kayla, who temporarily moved to a nearby enclosure for the clean-up, was upset. She roared loudly, displaying her fangs in a show of protest.

Read the original article here.

Commentary

Zoo Negara in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia is exploiting tigers to overcome their financial problems.

The director already spoke out recently that he wants to breed more cubs. Also he wants to make interaction with people possible to attract more people. The reason? The zoo is losing visitors fast as more and more people don’t want to go to zoos anymore.

The interviewed zookeeper said zoos around the world, including Zoo Negara Malaysia, played a role in education and animal conservation.

What he should say is that zoos around the world were responsible for stealing the worlds most fantastic wildlife from its habitat.

#tiger #tigernews

Punggol zoo

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Singapore – Channel News Asia

HDB To Launch BTO Projects In Punggol Inspired By Early Zoo, Fishing Village.

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Two new Punggol Build-To-Order (BTO) housing estates will pay tribute to Punggol’s history as a fishing village and to one of Singapore’s earliest zoos, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) announced on Sunday (Sep 1).

The 2,724 flats within Punggol Point Crown and Punggol Point Cove will be launched for sale in September, and are expected to be completed by 2024.

Commentary

Crazy. Singapore wants to build apartment buidings that are inspired by the old Ponggol Zoo.

Will people also have bars in front of their windows? Small condos? Terrible food? Neighbours that hiss and throw things at you? Friends that have to pay to meet you?

Who wants to live in a zoo?

#tiger #tigernews

Rani tiger

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India – Daiji World

Mangaluru: Tigress Rani From Pilikula Gives Birth To 5 Cubs.

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A tigress at Pilikula Nisarga Dhama named Rani gave birth to five cubs recently. Three of them are female and 2 are male.

It is said that normally a tigress gives birth to only around 2 to 3 cubs. It is rare to see birth of 5 cubs.

 

Commentary

An ungoing tragedy: another zoo reports the birth of tiger cubs.

Normal tigers are moneymakers for zoos. White tigers are a bit more special. But cubs are the ultimate treasure for zoos.

In this case Rani, a tigress, gave birth to five cubs, which is quite rare.

Now five more tigers have to spend their live in captivity.

#tiger #tigernews

Julie tiger

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India – North East now

Tiger: Not Really Out Of Danger.

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As I soaked my feet in the potash water and tried to enter the enclosure, an intimidating sound made me standstill. ‘Julie!’ – the zoo attendant, who was accompanying me, tried to calm that agonizing voice behind the iron grill. The sound did calm down the frail tigress and ‘Julie’ tried to rest her head on the floor of the cage. It was certainly not a situation to cherish, specially watching an iconic wild feline trying to cope with a captive life!

“Julie has been housed here in the State zoo for more than three months now,” said the attendant. She was brought from the Orang National Park for an infection in the eyes. But poor Julie had lost her eyesight!

Commentary

A tigress that wandered into a town was tranquilized and brought to a zoo. In the zoo the tigress was examined and it turned out she lost most of her eyesight – so she was not able to hunt, which was probably the reason to get her (easy) food at houses (like dogs).

The vets think the reason for her blindness is poisoning, one of the most common ways (with electrocution) in India to kill tigers.

This case can be considered of a symptom of the current Indian tiger culture. A culture that according to prime minister Narendra Modi needs to change.

#tiger #tigernews

Longleat tiger

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United Kingdom – Somerset Live

Tributes Paid To Siberian Tiger After It Dies At Longleat.

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A South West safari park is mourning the death of its second Siberian tiger this year.

Soundari, the oldest tigress at Longleat, died aged 13 after a long fight with cancer.

A spokesman for the park said: “It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of our oldest female tiger, Soundari, who has passed away following a long battle with cancer.

Commentary

Another zoo tiger dies of cancer. This time it is Soundari, an 11 year old Siberian tigress.

It is amazing how many zoo tigers die of cancer recently.

Could it be that the nutrition is zoos is just poor? Or that DNA of tigers prevents them to stay live a long and unhappy life?

#tiger #tigernews

Beardsley zoo tiger

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USA – CT Post

Beardsley’s Female Tiger Departing Zoo.

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Get ready to roar a sad goodbye to Changbai, the female Amur tiger who has lived at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo for more than two years.

 

Changbai, mother of tiger cubs Reka and Zeya, is schedule to move to a new permanent home on Wednesday. Born on May 24, 2007, she arrived at Beardsley in January 2017 from the Philadelphia Zoo.

“As sad as we are to say goodbye to Changbai, the planned transfer of animals to other member zoos ensures the sustainability of a healthy, genetically diverse, and demographically varied AZA population,” Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo Deputy Director Don Goff said in a news release.

Commentary

Beardsley zoo announces transfer of Amur tiger to another zoo to ensure the “healthy, genetically diverse, and demographically varied AZA population.

They also call it a Species Survival Plan.

No word about the fact that tigers are the moneymaker for zoos and that they need to have new cubs, because they attract a whole new wave of customers.

#tiger #tigernews

Zoo tiger dies of cancer

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India – The Hitavada

‘Satpura’ Dies Of Cancer At Maitri Bagh.

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A male royal Bengal tiger named Satpura breathed its last in the Bhilai Maitri Bagh zoo on Tuesday, after suffering with abdomen tumour, resulted in cancer for more than last eighteen months.

It needs a mention here that in year 2004, pair of Bengal tigers, Laxmi and Ganesh gave birth to male tiger, Satura at Maitri Bagh zoo, managed by Horticulture Department of Bhilai Steel Plant.

According to the information that as the tumours in Satpura’s body was discovered, the medical experts and veterinary experts have undertaken Satpura for treatment under the supervision of AGM (Horticulture) Dr G K Dubey.

Commentary

Yet another tiger from a zoo that dies of cancer.

The rate of zoo tigers dying of cancer calls for a serious investigation by the Zoo Authority of India (ZAI) into the causes.

tiger with cancer

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Cambodia – Khmer Times

Endangered Tiger Found Dead In Tamao Zoo.

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An endangered male Indochinese tiger, rescued as a cub from a poacher in 1998, was found dead in Phnom Tamao Wildlife Sanctuary in Takeo province on Wednesday.

Sanctuary director Nhek Ratanapich yesterday said the 21-year-old tiger named Jasper was found dead in an enclosure where it was undergoing treatment for pus in the nose and mouth and also a protruding nose bone.

“Jasper was weak and had not been eating properly for several days,” he said. “It used to eat up to six kilograms of meat and a kilogram of bone daily.”

Mr Ratanapich said that Jasper had been under treatment for three days after a veterinarian suspected that it may have been suffering from bone cancer in the mouth, coupled with old age.

Commentary

21 years ago a cub was rescued from a poacher and brought to a zoo in Cambodia.

During his life Jasper was cared for by the Born Free Foundation and died because of bone cancer at the age of 21.