Tiger’s Hunt On But Tiger Is Gone.

Tiger hunt on elephants back

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India – The News Minute

Three Days On, Tiger In Karnataka's Bandipur That Killed A Farmer Remains Elusive.

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The killer tiger in Karnataka’s Bandipur reserve forest continues to elude the state guards as the hunt to capture it entered the third day on Friday.

“No sign of the tiger yet as it does not remain at one place. Hundreds of wildlife tourists visit Bandipur on safari but see a tiger once or twice as they are not easy to spot in a dense forest. We are doing camera trapping to locate it (killer tiger) and the hunt is on,” state’s Principal Chief Conservator (wildlife) Sanjay Mohan told IANS on phone from the forest.

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It is terrible that a tiger in Bandipur Tiger Reserve in India allegedly killed two humans and that because of that the tiger is now being hunted by the forest department to have the tiger relocated.

What is extra terrible – the forest department that hunts this tiger ared oing so on the back of elephants.

No respect for the elephant whatsoever.

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