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Tigress, Two Cubs Found Dead Near Drain In Maharashtra's Chandrapur, Probe Ordered

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, which is home to a number of striped animals, is located in Chandrapur district, which is around 680 km from Mumbai.

Tigress, Two Cubs Found Dead Near Drain In Maharashtra's Chandrapur, Probe Ordered
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Tigress, Two Cubs Found Dead Near Drain In Maharashtra's Chandrapur, Probe Ordered
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2019-07-08T14:39:08+05:30

A tigress and its two cubs were found dead in Maharashtra's Chandrapur district on Monday morning, an official said.

The carcasses were found near a drain in Metepur village under the Chimur forest range, Chief Conservator of Forest S V Ramarao said.

An inquiry has been ordered to ascertain the cause of death, he said.

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, which is home to a number of striped animals, is located in Chandrapur district, which is around 680 km from Mumbai.

(PTI)

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