Animal population rises in Palamu forest

Updated:2 months ago

Palamu (Jharkhand), July 29 (ANI): Population of wild animals has increased in Jharkhand’s Palamu Tiger Reserve, due to absence of tourists in the COVID-19 pandemic, according to officials. Deer population has also seen a rise. “Deer population has seen a rise. We've found evidence indicating tiger presence in nearby areas. 300 camera traps are there to locate animal movement,” said Palamu Tiger Reserve Director Kumar Ashutosh.

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