Thorn in Tigress T-84 Arrowhead

The doctor said the thorn in the tigress’s T-84 ‘Arrowhead’ neck – the wound will also heal soon, completely healthy with all three of her cubs The famous tigress T-84 ‘Arrowhead’ of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, who has been battling the problem of thorn in the neck for the last few days, is now completely healthy with her three cubs. The thorn in his throat has come out on its own. According to experts and doctors, even a wound caused by a thorn heals quickly. Ranthambore’s field director TC Verma told that on July 13, the tigress T-84 ‘Arrowhead’ was found with a thorn in the neck in the camera trap. On this, after the permission of Chief Wildlife Warden ML Meena, a committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Area Director, which includes Forest Conservator Mahendra Sharma, Sumit Bansal, Senior Veterinarian Dr. CP Meena, Dr. Rajiv Garg, retired Conservator. Forest Department Daulat Singh Shaktawat. WWF representative Abhishek Bhatnagar and Sherpur Sarpanch Om Saini were nominated as members. Indian Dr. Parag Nigam of Wildlife Institute, Dehradun has also been appointed as a special invitee. The team of experts started the search for the tigress. On Sunday, the tigress was found completely healthy after being searched in the Jhalra forest area. The thorn of the tigress T-84 ‘Arrowhead’  had come out on its own from the neck of the tigress and there was a thorn mark on its neck which in the opinion of the doctors of the committee was a moving bandha. The tigress T-84 ‘Arrowhead’ is completely healthy and is roaming in the area with her three children.