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Rare Black Tiger Spotted in Similipal National Park

Rare Black Tiger Spotted in Similipal National Park

On International Tigers Day a clip of a rare black tiger recorded on CCTV went viral on social media platforms.

In that video, the black tiger was seen marking its own territory by living some scratches as a mark on a tree.

Susanta Nanda, an Indian Forest Service officer shared this clip on Twitter.

This pseudo-melanistic tiger was very rare and it’s the only one that has been found in the Similipal Forest region.

The rare tigers were first officially discovered in STR (Similipal Tiger Reserve) in 2007.

Also Read – International Tiger Day 2022: Theme, History and Significance

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