21:25 GMT29 January 2020
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    New Delhi (Sputnik): India has about 50 protected Tiger Reserves and the big cats occasionally stray into human habitats and attack villagers. India had some 2,967 tigers in the country, according to the national Tiger Estimation Report 2018. These constitute the 'lion's share' of the estimated global population of 3,900 tigers living in the wild.

    An elite officer of India’s Forest Service has shared a video, which shows two fully grown-up tigers fighting for territorial dominance.

    The video, which was apparently recorded at a Kanha Tiger Reserve in Central Madhya Pradesh, depicts the two roaring at each other before exchanging blows with their claws. The footage also shows several tourists watching the fight from a safe distance.


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