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Ranthambore missing Tiger spotted near Mathura

 

THE TIMES OF INDIA
TNN - 6 October, 2010

Jaipur: A Ranthambore Tiger which had strayed towards Dholpur in Rajasthan about five months back was spotted by villagers at Farah in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh on Monday. The tiger had attacked seven villagers near Mathura a few days back.
  
Reports reaching Lucknow said the tiger had been surrounded by the villagers in the middle of a field. Forest officials from Rajasthan have rushed to the spot to rescue the tiger. “We think it is the same tiger which had been roaming around Dholpur and now it has gone there. We have sent a team of experts and a doctor with a tranquilliser gun to the spot,” said Rajasthan’s chief wildlife warden H M Bhatia.

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