Guwahati, July 18, 2019:
Netizens were left wonderstruck after an image started doing the round on social media which shows a Kaziranga tiger was captured on camera while resting on a bed in a house in Assam. Truly an odd occurring, is it not?
The image of the Kaziranga tiger has been shared by the Wildlife Trust of India, and has since sparked much attention from netizens on social media platforms. Many people have shared this image on social media, and the plight of this adorable has drawn a lot of concern from wildlife lovers across the nation.
The WTI shared the image along with the caption: “A Billion Choices says the bag but this
#tiger chooses bed n breakfast to escape #AssamFloods. Our team @wti_org_india @action4ifaw with @kaziranga_ working to ensure safe passage to the #forest”
A Billion Choices says the bag but this #tiger chooses bed n breakfast to escape #AssamFloods. Our team @wti_org_india @action4ifaw with @kaziranga_ working to ensure safe passage to the #forest #Kaziranga @vivek4wild @AzzedineTDownes + pic.twitter.com/5hfxtK2djo
— Wildlife Trust India (@wti_org_india) July 18, 2019
As per reports, the WTI have also sent a team to rescue the the magnificent feline from its current plight.
The big cat had apparently snuck into the house to escape the fury of floods in the State which have killed both men and animals.
Upto 95% of the great sanctuary for animals, the Kaziranga National Park, has been submerged underneath flood waters, with the animals having no other option but to move out to human-inhabited areas.
Floods have taken a toll on the animals in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park as wildlife continues to bear the brunt of the deluge.
Over 50 people lakh people in the State have been affected due to the floods in the State.
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