Official vows to guard Kanchanaburi locals in opposition to tiger assaults

After a Karen man was critically injured after three tigers attacked him in a Kanchanaburi forest in January, the director of Protected Area Regional Office three says patrols from two national parks will guard locals in opposition to assaults. The man managed to climb up a tree to flee, but the tigers killed two of his dogs. He was taken to a hospital with wounds throughout his physique. Shortly after the attack, park officers banned entry into forest areas for ninety days to maintain locals secure.
But animal security continues to be a problem. Camera traps within the forest caught a tiger eating a lifeless buffalo someday between February 4-7, near where the assault occurred. The director said it’s believed to be one of the similar tigers that attacked the Karen man. Tension between human safety and wildlife conservation is an issue with tiger attacks. Even although the director said patrols would protect locals from tiger assaults, he additionally mentioned they might guard the tiger in opposition to danger. How-to is disabled, and has solely three legs.
Last week, after 5 people allegedly poached two Bengal tigers, Thai officers banned individuals from elevating cows in nationwide parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Southern elements of Western forests. They also began a joint committee to make a 10 year plan to preserve wild tigers..

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