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Tiger takes a swim, insensitive people chase it

  Tiger takes a swim, insensitive people chase it Sumesh Rajan January 26, 2021 A couple of boatsmen taking tourists across an estuary in the Sundarbans in West Bengal state of India, sight something floating in the water. As they close in, they realise it is a tiger swimming across the river, and raise an alarm, shouting bagh, bagh (tiger, tiger) in Bengali. While the locals egg the boatman to take the chase the tiger, the tourists can be heard blurting ‘ Wow…Oh my God… ’ in apprehension.   While some shout directions to the boatman to go close to the tiger and one of the tourists exclaims ‘ Nice… ’, the annoyed tiger at one point turns its head towards the boat and growls.   The video shot by one of the tourists in the boat has gone viral on the social media since it was posted on January 23.   However, many on the social media have criticized the group for their insensitiveness in chasing the tiger for a few minutes of fame, and thereby irritating the wild animal in its

"Wild elephant visits army canteen in India in search of food"

"Wild elephant visits army canteen in India in search of food"



Sagaya Fernando
Mumbai: August 2, 2018


A wild elephant entered an army canteen located in the military station at Binnaguri in West Bengal state, India, in search of food recently.

The footage of incident shot on mobile by a staff shows the wild tusker searching for food in the canteen’s dining hall without making a mess of the area.

“The elephant left the camp in dignity without causing any damage,” said Col. Rohit Sharma stationed at the base.

Binnaguri is a small hamlet in Alipurdar district close to the border with Bhutan.

“The lush green foliage and grass in the military station attract elephants from the nearby forests located in Bhutan. The smell of ripening jack fruit attracts them so also the pineapple in kitchen gardens. During fruiting season herds of elephants visit the station,” said an army personnel.

He further added, “So far the animals have not harmed any residents or caused any major damage to the property. The army personnel are used to them and sometimes drive them away bursting crackers and lighting torches. Both men and the elephants live in perfect symbiosis here.” 


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