Royal Bengal Tiger | A Royal Bengal Tiger swam in the Brahmaputra River. 10 not 20 together swam 120 kms and reached a small island on the other side of the river. The scene related to this is currently going viral on social media.
Straying from Assam’s Oranga National Park, the Bengal tiger swam to the Umananda temple in the middle of the Brahmaputra river in Guwahati and reached a small island about 120 km from the park. On Tuesday morning, the devotees made a video of the tiger swimming in the river. As soon as the information about the matter was received, the forest department and NDRF jawans were informed. According to the information given by the local people, they reached there and caught the tiger. He was later taken to a park in Guwahati.
The island is just a 10-minute boat ride across the Brahmaputra from Guwahati city. However, forest officials said the tiger swam 120 km to the island. Scenes of Bengal tiger swimming in the river are currently going viral on social media.
A full grown Royal Bengal tiger has been found floating in the middle of the Brahmaputra river in Guwahati. The tiger is now taking shelter in a rock crevice at the Umananda temple in the middle of the river. To my surprise, if he swam from Kaziranga in Assam, he has crossed 160 km! pic.twitter.com/OhwIkq5T9H
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