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Tigress spotted quenching thirst in forest-fringe village of Asifabad

Hyderabad: These days, the sighting of tigers in forest fringe villages and some remote habitations in agricultural fields has become a regular affair in the district.

In such a case, while quenching her thirst in a stream of the Penchikalpet forest range under Kaghaznagar forest division in Komaram Bheem Asifabad, a tigress was video-graphed by a young farmer. On Friday, the clip went viral on social media sites.

Forest authorities said eight tigers were living in the forests of the district of Komaram Bheem Asifabad. Some of them migrated several years ago from the nearby Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve and settled in the wilderness of Bejur.

On November 11, a tiger killed tribal youngster Sidam Vignesh (23) from Digida village in the Dahegaon Mandal. (INN)

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