- Tiger ‘Shiva’ died in Ranchi’s Birsa Biological Park
- ‘Shiva’ was ill for a few days, had left food a day ago
- Swab was sent to RVRI in Bareilly for corona examination
- The exact cause of death will be known only after the postmortem report and RTPCR report comes.
The death of tiger ‘Shiva’ in the Birsa Biological Park of the capital Ranchi on Friday caused a stir. Nothing is clear about what is the reason for the sudden death of tiger ‘Shiva’. However, Dr. OP Sahu, a veterinarian posted
What the zoo administration has to say on the death of the tiger
Dr. OP Sahu told that the tiger ‘Shiva’ had fever two-three years ago, after which two expert veterinarians called from the Veterinary College examined him. The fever of ‘Shiva’ was brought down by the medicine given by him. Meanwhile, suddenly on Thursday, he again stopped eating and drinking. After which his health was constantly being monitored under the supervision of specialist doctors, but he died on Friday morning.
‘Shiva’ was ill for a few days
Veterinarian Sahu said that according to the guidelines, postmortem of the tiger is also being done. The exact cause of death will be known only after the post-mortem report and RTPCR report is out. The sudden death of the tiger in the midst of the Corona crisis has put the zoo management in a tizzy. The authorities have become concerned about the safety of the animals.
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Swab was sent to RVRI in Bareilly for corona examination
If the cause of corona virus is revealed in the death of tiger in Ranchi zoo, then it will probably be the first case in the country in which a tiger has died due to this epidemic. If this happens, it can also be a matter of great danger for the other animals and employees present here. However, the zoo is closed for the general public due to the lockdown. Here, after the death of the tiger, the zoo administration is constantly engaged in sanitization as well as investigation of the case.