Waghdoha, one of the oldest tigers at Tadoba Reserve, found dead

Tiger Man Wagduha, also one of the oldest residents of the Tadoba Andari Tiger Reserve (TATR), was found dead on Monday morning.

Dr. Jitendra Ramgaonkar, TATR field manager, said: “She was about 17 years old and gave birth to several tigers in the reserve. For the past two days, we have been monitoring a specific area for tiger attacks on humans. She could have been taken. On Monday morning, our foresters spotted her. His corpse which was cremated during transient treatment in Chandrapur.” “It was one of the oldest Tadoba tigers,” said Pandu Dhotri, TATR Honorary Superintendent of Wildlife. “It spent its youth in the core area of ​​the TATR, then moved to the buffer zone, then to regional forests and finally to the forestry area of ​​the Forest Development Corporation which was closer to Chandrapur. It was one of the best examples of how a tiger migrated as its power waned and conflicts with stronger tigers increased.”

“People used to see her. His face was disfigured which made it obvious,” said Tadoba’s retired Chief Wildlife Controller Nitin Kakodkar.

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