Hyderabad: According to the experts nearly 6 tigers as claimed the wild life Institute of India national tiger conservation authority in both the states in the Godavari basin forest. Nearly 15,000 sq.km of tiger habitat, which can support over 300 tigers if it is undertaken for 15 years.
They said “Because lot of tiger habitation areas has been ignored by WII-NTCS for 20%, especially because Paikondallu was ignored”, and intensive monitoring will be undertaken for assessing the prey and tigers.
Identification using fecal DNA might be feasible is not require great technical skills and resources and at Kawal wildlife Sanctuary,Adilabad long term will be monitoring line transects for the prey on regular basis. And they corridors we are assisting in monitoring of four individual tiger that believe to help others.NSTR is also coming up to reserve them.