ST-13 Tiger came into forest area of Dausa from Sariska, Found Footprints


Tiger missing from past few days reached Dausa from Sariska

DAUSA: ST-13 the pride of the Sariska national park has his life in danger presently. ST-13 crossing the boundaries of Aravali mountain ranges has entered into the Forest and Revenue area of the Dausa district. The foot prints of the tiger have been found at three places in Dausa till now. The Sariska tracking team and the Forest department team is continously seraching for the Tiger in the area but have not discovered anything yet. The footprints found in the revenue area and the populated area is a sign of danger of ST-13's life. Therefore, the forest officials have applead the people to inform the forest officials of they see the tiger. There are total 14 tigers left in the Sariska national park in Alwar district. From the 14 tigers, ST-13 was missing from past few days. Tiger ST-13 has entered the Mohi village of Dausa district passing the Bigoota village in Alwar. After that he had passed through Bhaanwta, Kundal, Keoladoer, Dudki, and Chaubdiwala village. According to the villagers they have spotted the tiger on Koleshwar village which is matter of concern. The villagers are also afraid of a tiger wandering on the streets of local villages. The Sariska officials after recieving information about the sighting of the tiver from half of the village are planning to install CCTV's, so that the tiger can be traced soon.
Vice Conservator Forest P M Sewadar  told if the footmarks of the tiger continue to be discovered like the way they are being discovered right now the tiger could be traced soon with the help of CCTV. He further said it could be dangers fir ST-13 being spotted in a revenue area.