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Killer tigress that was to be shot electrocuted   

The Hindu
Nagpur
15 Oct 2017

A tigress in Maharashtra’s Bor sanctuary for which shoot orders were issued by the Forest Department after it killed people and domestic animals died of electrocution early on Saturday.

“The tigress was found electrocuted on the boundary wire installed by a farmer to protect his crop from animals,” Principal Chief Conservator of Forest A.K. Misra said.

The incident came to the notice of the ...

Saved by court once, freed amid concerns, tigress dies of electrocution   

The Indian Express
New Delhi
15 Oct 2017

Sometime between 3 and 4 am on Saturday, two-year-old T27-C1 died after coming in contact with an electrified wire put out by a farmer to keep away wild boars.

AFTER five months during which she was ordered dead twice, captured once, renamed, and translocated over 200 km, the end came quietly. Sometime between 3 and 4 am on Saturday, two-year-old T27-C1 died after coming in contact with an elec...

Saved by court once, freed amid concerns, tigress dies of electrocution   

The Indian Express
New Delhi
15 Oct 2017

Sometime between 3 and 4 am on Saturday, two-year-old T27-C1 died after coming in contact with an electrified wire put out by a farmer to keep away wild boars.

AFTER five months during which she was ordered dead twice, captured once, renamed, and translocated over 200 km, the end came quietly. Sometime between 3 and 4 am on Saturday, two-year-old T27-C1 died after coming in contact with an elec...

Two tigers rescued from Syria find Dutch home   

The Hindu
New Delhi
14 Oct 2017

Two tigers rescued from an abandoned zoo in the wartorn Syrian town of Aleppo are to be given a new home in a Dutch sanctuary. Brother and sister, Sultan and Sayeeda, will arrive on Monday in the Netherlands after they were among 13 animals evacutated earlier this year from an amusement park in the ravaged city. ...

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