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World A tiger went on an 800-mile odyssey in search of a mate

12:20  04 december  2019
12:20  04 december  2019 Source:   cnn.com

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A tiger has undertaken the longest walk ever recorded in India, roaming more than 800 miles in five months, according to researchers. The male tiger probably kept moving in search of territory, prey or a mate , experts said. The cat, known by researchers as C1, was one of three cubs born to the

A tiger has undertaken the longest walk ever recorded in India, roaming more than 800 miles in five months, according to researchers. The male tiger probably kept moving in search of territory, prey or a mate , experts said. The cat, known by researchers as C1, was one of three cubs born to the

A tiger in India traveled more than 800 miles (1,300 kilometers) in search of a mate -- the longest such walk ever recorded by a big cat in India, according to researchers.

a zebra standing in front of a tiger: The tiger, known as T1-C1, was tracked on an epic 800-mile journey.© Maharashtra Forest Department The tiger, known as T1-C1, was tracked on an epic 800-mile journey.

The five-month-long odyssey saw the tiger, dubbed T1-C1 by scientists, criss-cross through forests and populated urban areas before eventually settling in a nature reserve, said Ravikiran Govekar, field director with the Maharashtra State Forest Department.

Male tigers migrate as a part of a natural process of marking their territory in order to find a habitat where they can assert their dominance, moving away from their place of origin, which is already densely populated with tigers.

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Walking 800 miles for a bite to eat or to find a mate may seem excessive, but one tiger in India took this record-breaking five-month trek in his stride. The two-and-a-half year old male, called C1, who had been fitted with a radio collar, could have also been in search of territory, according to experts.

A tiger has embarked on the ‘longest walk ever’ in India after it travelled 807 miles in search of prey or a mate , surviving by killing wild pigs and cattle along the The tiger , named C1, had been kept at a wildlife sanctuary in the western state of Maharashtra and was tracked travelling back to the site, after

Two-and-half-year-old T1-C1 was one of three cubs born to a female tiger named TWLS-T1 in 2016. A satellite radio collar was placed on all three in February 2019, as a part of a study to monitor the dispersal pattern of young tigers.

The tiger began its migration in late June 2019 from the Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in the western state of Maharashtra. Govekar said an adult male tiger dominated the sanctuary and T1-C1 went in search of food and a potential mate.

"The primary concern is a thriving prey base, however, it is also important find a mate and there were no female tigers that he could mate with at Tipeshwar sanctuary," Govekar said.

The tiger crossed between the southern state of Telangana and back to Maharashtra several times, feeding on cattle and wild animals such as antelopes along the way. It then made its way to the Dnyanganga Wildlife Sanctuary in Maharashtra, approximately 186 miles (300 kilometers) northwest of where its journey began.

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The tracking collar has been active for nine months and will be removed from the tiger once its battery is completely drained. T1-C1 is currently being monitored by officials at the Dnyanganga sanctuary.

"A tiger's behavior is unpredictable but we are keeping track of it," said Vishal Mali, a divisional forest officer at the sanctuary. "The region has sufficient natural resources and prey for the tiger to sustain itself and it might decide to settle there permanently."

Growing numbers

Tigers are an endangered species and fewer than 4,000 remain on Earth, according to the World Wildlife Fund. several thousand tigers live in reservations in India, where killing one can result in jail time.

The forest department hopes studying T1-C1's journey will help it to better manage tiger migration routes and prevent conflict between people and the big cats

The department began tracking migration routes in 2016, but this is the first time that more than half of a tiger's journey was through populated areas, as T1-C1 passed through 11 villages.

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A tiger has undertaken the longest walk ever recorded in India, travelling some 1,300km (807 miles ) in five months. Experts believe the two-and-a-half-year-old male is possibly in search of prey, territory or a mate . The tiger , which is fitted with a radio collar, left its home in a wildlife sanctuary in the western

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"Once it entered the agricultural region it could not come out and since it could sustain itself by killing (farmers') cattle and was moving along a stream, it kept moving forward," Govekar said.

The friction between man and beast was starkly illustrated when one villager disturbed the tiger and had a lucky escape.

"There was only one incident where it pawed a local, but I would not say that that was the tiger's fault; they were coming to take a selfie or something," Govekar said. The villager made a full recovery, added Govekar.

According to the Forest Survey of India from the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, the country gained 2,617 square miles (6,778 square kilometers) of forest cover between 2015 and 2017, when the latest forest assessment took place.

Meanwhile, India's tiger population has increased by almost a third in the past four years to almost 3,000 animals, according to a national survey released this July.

There were 2,967 tigers in the country in 2018, according to the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), which performs the survey.

This represents a 33% increase compared to the last survey in 2014, according to a statement from the NTCA, and continues population growth that has been observed since 2006.


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