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( This post was last modified: 04-19-2019, 08:41 PM by Rishi )

(04-19-2019, 06:24 PM)Pckts Wrote: It's the same account, meaning the same person who said it could be a sloth bear is the only one saying that. So anything to do with a sloth bear, injuries from a sloth bear or a sloth bear in the area with scratches is all the same person and they have nothing to do with the autopsy.
Now in regards to the autopsy, the actual scientific study of what caused the death of the tiger, they only mention it was a large carnivore and the tiger died of puncture wounds and hemorrhaging. No veternian on staff mentioned anything about a bear.

I dared to assume, that this person talking about injuries have had discussions with veterinarian team before making statements based on his status as DTR field director  
So I admit, that I give some value to his statement combined with other known things about this case. Of course this kind of case always leaves some room for different theories.
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