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India's 'Tiger state' reports at least 11 rare cub sightings
by Jamie Grierson
The Guardian Translate This Article
18 May 2019
On 18 May 2019 The Guardian reported:
Forest officials in Madhya Pradesh state, in India, have reported several tiger cub sightings, the first for years in some parts of the region. At least 11 cubs have been sighted in the last week, including five in Panna Tiger Reserve and three each in Nauradehi and Ratapani sanctuaries.
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