NOUVEAU TRANSFERT D'UNE TIGRESSE DE RANTHAMBORE A SARISKA (Times of India, hier). Mais pour viabiliser les populations sur le long terme, c'est une véritable culture du tigre chez les hommes qu'il faut reconstruire (selon la thèse de l'anthropologue Pedro Galhano Alves établie àSariska dans les années 1994 - 1997) ainsi qu'une culture de l'homme chez les tigres (voir l'article : "Ils s'en sortent par eux mêmes, comme toujours" du 17 janvier).
JAIPUR: To revive the population of Sariska national park in Rajasthan's Alwar district,
one tigress will be relocated there tomorrow from Ranthambore national park, and said. in
"A 2-year-old tigress will be relocated to by road in the morning tomorrow. Preparations have been done by experts," Kak said.
Presently, Sariska has two tigers and three tigresses, who were also relocated from Ranthambhore in the past, besides two cubs whereas Ranthambore, located in , has a population of 27 adult (tigerand tigers) and 25 cubs, according to officials.
Interestingly, the tigress to be shifted is named after the minister.
"One of the tigresses, 'Bina-1'or Bina-2', will be shifted tomorrow. They were born in Ranthambore two years back and have now started hunting on their own. I monitored them closely since their birth so I am emotionally attached to them hence they were named as Bina-2." she told PTI.
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