Tiger behind death of 2 Corbett staff caught by forest team.
A day after a forest department team captured a tiger which is believed to have killed two Corbett Tiger Reserve (CTR) staff members, a seven-member team on Saturday examined the big cat and found that the animal might have resorted to killing humans as it had lost its canines and incisors and was well past its prime age.
Forest officials had on Friday captured the tiger from Dhikala zone.
A tiger that allegedly killed two humans in Corbett Tiger Reserve was captured.
The tiger, with circumstantial evidence that it killed two humans, was examined. The result was that it had lost its canines and incisors.