According to the reports, a tigress from Panna National Park has migrated to the forest area of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Tigress P-213, which resided in Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh, has entered the territory of the neighbouring state that she managed to reach by crossing the buffer area; Vishramganj and Devendranagar range of the north forest division; Sinhpur of Satna district, Barodha and Chitrakoot area. The latest report states that the tigress has safely entered the territory of Karbi Forest Division of Uttar Pradesh.
As per another report, a special vigilance squad has been deployed along with two elephants for the safety of the tigress. The Area Forest Officer of Panna National Park stated that a special squad was appointed for the vigilance of the tigress P-213 as soon as the news of her crossing the state boundary was heard. The squad is monitoring every activity of the tigress and in order to make their venture easier, the forest officials of Uttar Pradesh have also lent hand of help. The plan is also being prepared to take the female tiger back to Panna National Park.
Panna National Park is an important wildlife reserve in Madhya Pradesh. In the year 2007, the park was awarded as the ‘Best Maintained Tourist Friendly National Park of the country by the Ministry of Tourism’. Spread in an area of 543 sq km, Panna is a significant habitat for tigers in India.
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