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1,160 & 450km: Two trekking tigers walk into record books

IndiaTimes Sunday, 10 November 2019
C1, a radio-collared tiger from Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in Pandharkawda in Maharashtra’s Yavatmal had stepped out of the sanctuary in search of a new “home” on June 21, 2019, after being radio-collared on February 27, 2019. It has so far travelled 1,160km through six districts in two states, Telangana and Maharashtra, moving through human-dominated landscapes virtually without being seen.
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