Several theories have been doing the rounds on social media about the reason behind the much talked Tiger incident from Delhi Zoo.
After the Forensic report of the victim came, which suggested that the young man, later-identified by police as Maqsood Khan, 20, died of suffocation.
According to our source, there were about six deep wounds on the left side of Maqsood’s neck. There was excessive bleeding from the wounds. The Tiger did not eat any body part of the victim.
So here, do you believe, that the said Tiger was actually trying to save that young man from stones thrown by those idiotic on lookers on Tuesday (23 Sept, 2014) after that guy fell into a ditch in the animal's enclosure and was unable to climb out to safety. That's why the Tiger caught the neck of that man, and kept far from public. Unfortunately his teeth wound that guy. Tiger generally catch her kids on neck to save them from any threat. Apart from his neck there were no wounds on Maqsood’s body, as the forensic report said. Tiger kids have an extra thick fur and skin on their neck so that it can be carried by the mother tiger (though in this incident, the Tiger was male, named Vijay).
According to the zoo keepers, Vijay is quite a “docile animal” who was in a playful mood when Maqsood fell into his enclosure.
“But as is clear from the video (viral one), constant noise by the crowd and stone pelting angered the animal,” a senior official of the National Zoological Park (NZP) told Bengal Newz.
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