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Police suspect poaching after finding a Royal Bengal Tiger carcass in Assam

The Royal Bengal tiger Forest Department discovered the carcass near the border of Orang National Park, which has one of the biggest populations of Royal Bengal tigers in the country.

On Sunday, a Royal Bengal tiger’s decomposing carcass was discovered in Assam’s Sonitpur district.

The Forest Department discovered the carcass near the border of Orang National Park, which has one of the biggest populations of Royal Bengal tigers in the country.

“Initially, we learned that a tiger carcass had been buried in a person’s home. Our team hurried to the scene and began searching for the missing person “a forest official stated.

“Someone murdered the tiger in a vengeful act and buried its remains, according to accounts. We believe the man, together with his family, has escaped “He went on to say.

“We burned the tiger’s carcass in front of police and district officials as per protocol,” he claimed.

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