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Tigers of the Eastern Ghats

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(07-25-2019, 01:30 PM)parvez Wrote: Nstr tigers,

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Another one from the same page... Other side of same animal?

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@Rishi nope. The 2nd one is a tigress.
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Telangana tigers,

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http://overseasnews.in/2019/07/29/forest...-in-india/
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Nallamalas tigress, 

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Courtesy: news18
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Siddhavaram tiger,

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Rallabodu tiger,

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Seems to be same tiger.
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(08-27-2019, 08:47 PM)parvez Wrote: Siddhavaram tiger,

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Rallabodu tiger,

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Seems to be same tiger.

Where are these two places?.. On the hill range east of NSTR?
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@Rishi not in the east but in centre of nstr. Shortly south central.
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At last, Tigers reached the Seshachalam forests (SV National Park and Biosphere reserve) of Nallamala in Chittoor naturally through Lank-malleswaram and other fragmented patches of forest corridors from GBM and NSTR (Markapur division), after absence of half a century due to local extinction without any human assistance or translocation.


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https://telugu.samayam.com/andhra-prades...922272.cms
https://www.apherald.com/Politics/ViewAr...at-forest/


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(09-01-2019, 01:59 AM)Sanju Wrote: At last, Tigers reached the Seshachalam forests (SV National Park and Biosphere reserve) of Nallamala in Chittoor naturally through Lank-malleswaram and other fragmented patches of forest corridors from GBM and NSTR (Markapur division), after absence of half a century due to local extinction without any human assistance or translocation.


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https://telugu.samayam.com/andhra-prades...922272.cms
https://www.apherald.com/Politics/ViewAr...at-forest/


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I made a map of tiger presence in Indian forests based on Tiger Census Report & news updates... Can you verify the accuracy of the Eastern Ghats part based on your knowledge?

https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-tiger-r...5#pid90175
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A tiger caught in the camera trap installed in Lankamalleswara wildlife sanctuary in 2017.  


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https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/a...051879.ece



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(09-01-2019, 08:46 AM)Rishi Wrote: I made a map of tiger presence in Indian forests based on Tiger Census Report & news updates... Can you verify the accuracy of the Eastern Ghats part based on your knowledge?
It is accurate but the tiger "present" distribution in seshachalam and veligonda reserve (near somasila) forest is slightly more.
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(09-01-2019, 03:24 PM)Sanju Wrote:




A summarised translation please...
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(09-01-2019, 04:08 PM)Rishi Wrote: A summarised translation please...
The news report says, FD is unable to determine whether the tigers came from Lanka malleswaram or living in seshachalam unknowingly for all these years.

As Seshachalam forests has the largest concentration of Pterocarpus santalinus (red sanders or red sandalwood) on the planet. Like the Tiger, it has hugeeee market value mainly in china valued for the rich red color of its wood and Medicinal values (i.e.., Traditional Chinese Medicine).

Locals of chittoor, kadapa districts and troops from Tamil Nadu reach these forests unnoticed, for trafficking or smuggling red sanders and to poach animals for bush meat, so FD is not revealing much info about the tigers and their location of Camera trap (talakona).

FD's opinion is though SV NP and biosphere reserve can be stronghold for tigers with rich biodiversity, habitat and ungulate population, the threat of smugglers and poachers is constant. FD is constantly failing to control this due to increasing demand for red sandal wood in the international market, added the existence of tigers, it could be a huge benefit for poachers to hunt tigers for their hide.

Note: SV National Park along with kounindya Sanctuary has the last remianing population of wild Asian elephants of Andhra Pradesh when srikakulam and vizayanagaram transient elephants from odisha are neglected.
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