The Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) on Wednesday successfully carried out a rescue operation and rescued a tigress that had strayed into a house in Bandar Dhubi area under Bagori range of Kaziranga National Park (KNP) on Tuesday.

The rescue operation went on for 24 hours before the CWRC officials finally tranquilised the big cat.

The Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve in a tweet, said, “An operation which went for more than 24 hours. A tigress which strayed into a house in Bandar dhubi area at Bagori range yesterday was successfully rescued by tranquillisation method and she is taken to our rescue centre, CWRC for further care.  @ParimalSuklaba1 @wti_org_india.”


A number of animals of the Kaziranga National Park have been moving out of its natural habitat in search of highlands as floodwater inside the park continue to rise.

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