HYDERABAD: Can you imagine tigers from Telangana’s forests roaming freely into the tiger reserve areas of Maharashtra and tigers from there are coming into our state’s forest areas without any trouble? It is possible, says Telangana State Forest Department officials.
Officials believe that if their plans materialise, tigers can be protected from the poachers and also from accidents like forest infernos. Once the new plans of Telangana State Forest Department take shape, the big cats from the two tiger reserve areas in the state can have a safer and quicker movement not only from within Telangana’s reserve areas and wildlife sanctuaries but also to that of neighbouring states like Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh. In a bid to save the dwindling tiger population the state forest officials are mulling to initiate this project. The plan appears to…
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