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Image caption The tiger was seen relaxing in a bed in Assam state. A female tiger which fled a wildlife park in India's flood-ravaged state of Assam was found relaxing on a bed inside a local resident's house. She is believed to have fled the Kaziranga National Park, where 92 animals have died in recent days amid heavy flooding. Officials from a wildlife conservation group arrived at the house and created a safe escape route for her. She was guided in the direction of the jungle. According to the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), the tigress was first spotted next to a highway on Thursday morning, some 200 metres away from the national park. She was likely to have been disturbed by the busy r... Full story

19 July

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