The Terrible Fate of Tiger T-24. Ranthambore National Park.

Episode 133,   Mar 06, 05:00 AM

Tiger T-24 was the king of Ranthambore National Park until he was removed to live a life of captivity inside of a zoo. After being linked to 4 killings of people, he was labeled a man-eater who was too dangerous to exist in the park. This sparked nation wide protests and the conversation of the detrimental impacts of human-wildlife conflict.

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References: Natgeo, Ranthombore National Park, Ranthombore National Park (2), Ranthombore National Park (3), OCCRP, First Post