Missing Sariska tiger located in Alwar
Alwar: Days after one of the five tigers
translocated to the Sariska reserve in Rajasthan was found
dead, another big cat which has been missing for about a week
was on Thursday located through radio signals, an official said.
"A team succeeded in establishing link with the
missing tiger through signals and the location was near
Akbarpur," District Forest Officer (Sariska) Y K Sahu told
a news agency.
He said the tiger, "ST-4", was not visible yet but
efforts are on to find it.
The carcass of the other missing tiger, identified as
"ST-1" was found by a forest department team near Rajaugarh on
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