Cyclo-walk for tiger conservation

07 November 2013

The Times of India

MUMBAI: 60 days, 1200 kms, a group of 45-odd participants will walk and cycle the distance from the dense forests of Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary in Vidarbha all the way to Mumbai. The aim is to increase awareness of the Royal Bengal Tiger.

 

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