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Jan 10, 2019
9:32PM

Royal Bengal Tiger caught on camera for in Sikkim

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A Royal Bengal Tiger has been caught in a camera trap laid by forest officials in Sikkim. Divisional Forest Officer  of East Wildlife Division, Dechen Lachungpa, said history has  been created with the first-ever camera footage of a Tiger roaming in the forests of Pangolakha Wildlife Sanctuary in East Sikkim. 


The DFO said the camera captured two images of the tiger on the night of December 6, 2018 - at 6.23 pm and at 7 pm  at an altitude of 9,583 feet. The DFO added that the footage could be a concrete base for  a detailed study on migration of tigers to Sikkim. 

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