Hunt On For Killer Tiger In Karnataka's Bandipur Reserve Forest.
A massive hunt is underway in Bandipur reserve forest in Karnataka’s Chamarajanagar district to trap a tiger which killed two persons, including an octogenarian on Tuesday, a wildlife official said on Wednesday.
“We are on the hunt to locate and trap the killer tiger which mauled 80-year-old farmer Shivappa to death,” state’s Conservator of Forests T. Balachandra told IANS.
The Bandipur Tiger Reserve is an 872 square km forest, situated about 220km southwest of Bengaluru on the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border.
The hunt for the alleged maneating tiger in Bandipure is on.
This tiger allegedly killed two people and is now being hunted, with the intention to relocate the tiger in another area.