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    Hyderabad Zoo mourns the loss of Royal Bengal Tiger

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    The Hyderabad Zoo, also known as the Nehru Zoological Park, recently mourned the loss of one of its prized possessions, a Royal Bengal Tiger. The male tiger, named Rama, was 14 years old and had been a resident of the zoo for over a decade. His death was a shock to both the staff and visitors of the zoo.

    Royal Bengal Tigers are one of the most majestic and iconic animals in India. They are found primarily in the dense forests of the Sundarbans in West Bengal and are considered to be an endangered species. The population of these tigers has been declining steadily due to habitat loss, poaching, and human-wildlife conflict.

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    The Nehru Zoological Park is one of the few places where people can see these magnificent animals up close. The park has been actively involved in conservation efforts for Royal Bengal Tigers and has successfully bred several tigers in captivity.

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    Rama was one of the most popular animals in the zoo. He was known for his regal demeanor and his impressive size. Visitors often flocked to his enclosure to catch a glimpse of him lounging in the sun or stalking around his territory.

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    The cause of Rama’s death is still unknown. The zoo authorities have launched an investigation to determine the cause of his sudden demise. They have also ordered a post-mortem examination to be conducted to shed more light on what happened.

    The loss of Rama is a blow to the conservation efforts of Royal Bengal Tigers. These animals are already facing numerous threats in the wild, and the loss of even one individual can have significant consequences for the species as a whole.

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    The Nehru Zoological Park has pledged to continue its efforts to conserve Royal Bengal Tigers and other endangered species. They have also urged visitors to the zoo to be more mindful of the impact they have on wildlife and to take steps to protect these animals.

    In conclusion, the loss of Rama is a tragedy for the Nehru Zoological Park and for the conservation of Royal Bengal Tigers. It is a reminder of the fragility of these magnificent animals and the importance of protecting them. Let us hope that Rama’s death will serve as a wake-up call for all of us to do our part in preserving these majestic creatures for future generations.

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    Rajesh M
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