Nagzira tigress who lost tracker collared again | India News – Times of India

 Nagzira tigress who lost tracker collared again | India News - Times of India

Nagpur: Forest Department He grabbed the tigress’s neck and changed it. NT-3 Monday morning. The collar fell off and NT-3 was untraceable for three days after being transferred to the Ngazira Wildlife Sanctuary on April 11. Tadoba National ParkThe dominant tigress of Roma (T-114), from Katizari to Newgaon-Nagyera Tiger Reserve (NNTR), under the Conservation Translocation Project.
They feared that the lioness had removed the collar 12 hours after her release in NNTR. The tracking team came to know about it the next day, when they received the death signals. When a team reached the spot, they found that the collar was active and lying on the ground, but the tigress was missing. The forest department then launched a search to trace the big cat and finally found it on April 14 in Pongezara area inside the park.
Since then, the wildlings kept a close eye on NT-3’s movements. On Monday, a team from Tadoba collared the tigress.

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