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Video: How The Lost Tigers of Alwar’s Sariska Made a ‘Royal’ Comeback

Video: How The Lost Tigers of Alwar’s Sariska Made a ‘Royal’ Comeback

Alwar was a victim of large-scale tiger poaching and had lost its tiger population

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India has risen to the call of the fast-declining tiger population. The majestic creature is not just the pride of Indian forests but is also a critical part of the ecosystem—from the Himalayas to the Nilgiris.

Rajasthan is one of the states in India that is home to a large tiger population. Forests in Sawai Madhopur, Mount Abu, and Alwar, have the necessary natural conditions which are suitable for a healthy tiger population.

Unfortunately, tigers in these forests are not completely immune to poaching. As it turns out, they were tragically vulnerable.

When a probe conducted by the CBI declared that Sariska did not have any tigers left, the forest officials of the area took up the responsibility to repopulate the reserve with tigers.

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Watch the inspiring story of how forest officials successfully re-introduced tigers in Alwar:

Featured image sources: Wikimedia Commons/ Wikipedia

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