'They Need Tinder': Netizens Shocked As Tiger Walks 2000 Km In Search Of A Partner

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In an interesting incident, a tiger walked about 2000 km in search of a partner. A picture of the tiger was shared by Indian Forest Officer (IFS) Parveen Kaswan

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In an interesting incident, a tiger walked about 2000 km in search of a partner. A picture of the tiger was shared by Indian Forest Officer (IFS) Parveen Kaswan on Twitter. He shared the picture of the tiger along with a map tracking its movement. Kaswan captioned the post, "This #Tiger from India after walking into records has settled to Dnyanganga forest. He walked for 2000 Kms through canals, fields, forest, roads & no conflict recorded. Resting in the daytime & walking in the night all for finding a suitable partner. Was being continuously monitored." 

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Netizens amused

Kaswan also revealed about how the movement of the wild cat was tracked. He wrote on Twitter that the tiger was radio-tagged in March 2019 to calculate its time period. He added that the tracking is done by VHF radio and GPS trackers. 

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