Bhopal: Big cat spotted at Nagar Van in Kaliasot

The tiger could be seen standing near a fence built for the boundary of Nagar Van in the Kaliasot forest area.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Wednesday, July 06, 2022, 11:31 PM IST
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Bhopal(Madhya Pradesh): A video of a tiger in Kaliasot forest area went viral on Wednesday. Forest officials say that the tiger was sighted on Tuesday but the video went viral on Wednesday.

The tiger could be seen standing near a fence built for the boundary of Nagar Van in the Kaliasot forest area. Car riders passing by made the video with their mobiles that went viral later.

Tiger sighting in this area is not new and several passers-by often make video or click photos of the big cat.

According to forest officials, there is a movement of about 20 tigers in a radius of about 25 km around Bhopal. Tigers have been seen in Kaliasot, Kerwa forest as well as in Kolar-Berasia area.

In February, there was a movement of tiger in Bhoj University Campus located at Chuna Bhatti Square. A tiger was also seen in Kolar. Now the movement of tiger has been seen around Nagar Van area.

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