Elephant to be brought to Bandhavgarh National Park from Bengaluru (India)


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A pachyderm will be translocated from Bengaluru to Bandhavgarh National Park.

“There are 12 tuskers in the Park in Bandhavgarh, out of it five are minors. The adult elephants are engaged for patrolling and rescue operations,” Field Director Mridul Pathak said.

He said a team from the Parked arrived Bengaluru to select the elephant. He said the tusker was being brought when the park management was annoyed over the less number of elephants.

Mr Pathak said the management demanded that the government provide ten elephants for the Park. However, planning was being chalked out to bring the tusker from Bengaluru, he added