Tired Tiger takes a nap in the family living room while fleeing deadly floods in India
A tiger was photographed taking a nap in a house in India.
The animal, resting on a bed in a residence in Assam state on Thursday morning, is said to have landed there after his escape. "She was very exhausted and made a nice one-day nap," said Rathin Barman, who was removing the operation A tiger was photographed taking a nap in a house in India on Thursday. “/>
A tiger was photographed taking a nap in a house in India on Thursday.
Officials of the Wildlife Trust of India Nature Conservation Association set off firecrackers in the afternoon to lure the big cat out of sleep. The tiger eventually ran back into the forest and the homeowner was able to re-enter the property hours earlier.
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Firecrackers were used to wake the tiger. A safe route was released to leave the house, and the animal eventually returned to a nearby forest.
"The great thing was that no one bothered her so she could rest," said the bartender. "There is a lot of respect for wildlife in this region."
An elephant, rhinoceros, wild boar and swineherd are among the 92 animals that died in recent floods in Kaziranga National Park, home to more than 100 tigers, the BBC reports.