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MUMBAI: A 10-year-old Royal Bengal tiger at SGNP died round 5am this morning. The tiger, Anand, had a cancerous lump within the jaw and was affected by renal illness.
Earlier this week, SGNP authorities had described Anand’s situation as “crucial”. He had misplaced appreciable quantity of weight over the past three months.
Veterinary specialists and senior professors from Mumbai Veterinary Faculty had performed a preliminary investigation after which a biopsy was performed. The biopsy report confirmed it to be a malignant tumour, stated veterinary officer Dr Shailesh Pethe. Additionally, his blood assessments have proven that he has developed renal illness attributable to age. His serum creatinine had shot as much as 22, stated one other official. The traditional worth for tigers ranges between 5 and 6.
Dr Pingle and a workforce of senior veterinary specialists is engaged on additional therapy for the tiger.
Anand was among the many six wild cats on the nationwide park, two of that are males, stated vary forest officer Vijay Barabde.
Anand, had been in captivity since delivery. His elder sibling, Yash, died of died attributable to identical issues in Might final 12 months.