Bagerhat, Sept 25 (UNB) – The Royal Bengal Tiger found dead in the Sundarbans was not poisoned; rather it died a natural death, according to the test report of forensic and CID labs.
Forensic laboratory of the Forest Department submitted the test report after one month on Wednesday morning.
Kanak Roy, a senior lab technician of Wildlife Crime Control Unit, said five types of samples of the tiger were tested in their forensic lab.
After one month examining the samples in CID lab, it was found that the tiger was not killed by poison or chemicals, he added.
Forest Department workers recovered the carcass of the female tiger, or tigress, from Chhaprakhali area under Sharankhola range of the Sundarbans East Zone on August 20.