Efforts underway to ensure endangered nilgai reproduce in Dinajpur - News Summed Up

Efforts underway to ensure endangered nilgai reproduce in Dinajpur


Two endangered nilgai are now in Ramsagar National Park, Dinajpur Dhaka TribuneNilgais inhabited northern Bangladesh until the 1940s, then were declared extinctBangladesh’s only two endangered nilgai are now in Ramsagar National Park, Dinajpur, to reproduce. The country’s only female Nilgai, rescued from Thakurgaon, has been living in the the park for some time. Officials and Ramsagar National Park personnel concerned are providing extra care for the endangered nilgai couple; they have made special arrangements for their food and resting place. Also Read- Endangered ‘Nilgai’ found in ThakurgaonThe nilgai have been kept under the supervision of the local forest department in Ramsagar National Park; which provides favorable conditions for this endangered animal. Also Read- Endangered Nilgai rescued by locals in NaogaonAccording to park officials, local officials, and wildlife management personnel, the endangered female nilgai has adapted to the environment and surroundings of the park quite well; thus making it the perfect place for the nilgai couple to reproduce and save themselves from extinction.


Source: Dhaka Tribune February 12, 2019 06:00 UTC



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