Kanchanaburi – It’s not over yet! A tiger bites a cow in Pilok village and hurts him again. Revealed that the Karen soldiers called. Expected to be a migratory tiger from Burma From the situation of fighting on the border, on the side of the officers at Thong Pha Phum National Park In the process of visiting the inspection area
Today (Jan. 17), Mr. Prasart Daengthoen, headman of Ban Pilok Kee Village, Village No. 4, Pilok Subdistrict, Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province, revealed that he had been informed by villager Atee Thanuthong that his buffalo and his cattle A neighbor who raised them in a forest near where villagers shot two tigers to death found the cow had signs of a bite wound on its left hind thigh.
After receiving the initial notification therefore reported to Mr. Nophadej Kluaw Sirikul Thong Pha Phum District Chief informed in order to coordinate with Thong Pha Phum National Park officials Bring the force to examine the facts thoroughly once again.
According to the villagers, it was found that The new tiger’s footprints are large. Therefore, it is believed that this tiger should be larger than the 2 tigers that were shot by villagers earlier. and probably a tiger that recently migrated from a neighboring country Due to the forest floor of 1,000 rai, adjacent to the border of Burma They are only about 3-4 kilometers apart.
Mr. Rachen Boonthong, a member of the Pilok Subdistrict Administrative Organization, revealed that at about 8:23 p.m. on January 15, There are Karen soldiers around Khao Krating. The area of Ban Por Lama, Burma, which is opposite Ban Pilok Kee. got a phone call to inquire about the incident where villagers shot a tiger They also told me that the two tigers were probably tigers that used to live in the forest of Ban Por Lama. Because in the past, there were 5 tigers found in that area.
But at present, the situation along the border in Myanmar is not good. due to fire fighting Causing the Karen minority to retreat to live in the forest area where tigers are found Thus, the five tigers that were previously found migrate across the border to live and feed in the forests on the Thai side of the country because it was possible for the past few months. No traces of tiger’s feet were found in the forest area of Burma.