Indian tiger strays into Nepal

Dhangadi, May 26

A striped tiger fitted with radio collar that arrived from India’’s Dudhuwa National Park to Kailali three months ago has yet to return home.

The big cat has been wandering at Basant, Chure and other places. The tiger’’s movement is being tracked through the radio collar.

Wildlife experts say the tiger is in search of a female. “The tiger may be wandering in search of a female to mate,” said Tarai Land Periphery Programme Project Manager Budhhi Rijal, who is tracking the movement of the tiger.

The tiger has not caused any damage till date.