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Really upset that no media relay on this huge catastrophe. Really upset that Bangladesh is not doing anything. Nor the inter nation community.... http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/12/141216-sundarbans-oil-spill-bangladesh-tigers-dolphins-conservation/
This is the story of Pench national park... Monsoon is making its way into central india and storm have become a regular feature in the afternoon. This afternoon was no different with heavy cloud cores and a brief spell of rain. Things didnot look very promising. At the entrance we got the tip off that the famous Baghin nala tigress were seen on our route this morning. We rushed to the area. She along with her three cubs had already moved off. Not loosing hope , we moved ahead. Following her pugmark we started tracking. 1 km from there and bang! She was sitting next to the road with the cubs, not even 5 minutes after finding came in the next surprise on the same place. 2 wild dogs rushed towards spotted deer in front of our jeep. They chased the spotted deer on same direction where tigress was also sitting with her cubs. Disturbed by the commotion she ran towards wild dogs to rid off them from there to save her cubs. And after that went inside the bushes and disappeared. We were waiting for some next action and I was expecting that tigress with cubs will come out on the road from the bushes. But the thing which happened there was beyond my expectation. And the very next moment we heard the loud growl of tigress. Through only voice I could imagine her aggression. This was so close to us that we could feel the tremble. This was certainly one such natural history moment which our guests will never forget. It was like m watching some live documentary. As I m thinking and writing this, the incident has still brought shivers to my body. Later on we did get an update from other vehicle that the wild dogs killed the deer they were chasing.
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