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    Officials said that if the efforts to footprint the female parent tigress yield no resultant, they would debate shifting the cubs to a zoo to shield from danger them.
    Four tiger cubs found in Andhra, search for mother futile so far
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    Andhra Pradesh Forest Department officials on Wednesday, March 8, continued their efforts to footprint the female parent of four large feline cubs found near a settlement in Nandyal territorial dominion earlier on March 5. The month-old cubs have got been kept at a veterinary infirmary at Nallamalla Jungle Camp Bairluty where veterinarians are monitoring their health while timber officials continued their efforts to footprint the female parent.
    The cubs are said to be doing or gas. Veterinarians from the SV Zoological Park, Tirupati were closely monitoring their precondition by checking their vitals. The cubs were being fed with and HO. Forest officials attempted to farewell the cubs near Atmakur timber on Monday dark but with no footprint of their female parent in the vicinity, they brought them rear to the infirmary. As component of their efforts to determine the location female parent tigress, the timber officials have got installed photographic camera traps.
    Villagers found the cubs abandoned on the outskirts of Pedda Gummadapuram villagers in Kothapalli mandal (stymie). After waiting for a while to meet if their female parent turns up, the villagers shifted the cubs to a area within a building on a to shield from danger them from predators and informed the timber officials. Atmakur divisional timber policeman Alan Chong Teron and not the same officials reached the settlement and took holding by the police of the cubs, who appeared having little physical or spiritual strength.
    The timber officials believe that the female parent tigress may have got spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed her path. The officials said if the efforts to footprint the female parent tigress yield no resultant, they testament debate shifting the cubs to SV Zoological Park to shield from danger them.
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