Video : गांव के पास बब्बर शेर ने नीलगाय को मारा । Asiatic Lion's hunt blue bull near Village. Gir forest

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बब्बर शेर ने छीन लिया नीलगाय का शिकार । Asiatic lion snatched hunting blue bull near Gir forest A KING OF THE JUNGLE GREAT VIDEO How to Asiatic lion heavy Blue bull pulling. Gir forest sasan gir New numbers beat old case hollow If you thought the question of diversity in gene pool and the argument on dangers of putting all eggs in one basket prompting the idea of translocation of lions first came up in the '90s, then you are wrong. Even in 1956, when the first translocation of lions took place to Chakia forest in the southeast of Banaras, the arguments were laid on the same grounds. This is evident from minutes of the fourth meeting of the executive committee of the Indian Board for Wildlife held at Sasan Gir (Saurashtra) in January 1956. Minutes of the meeting, which are available with the Times of India, clearly state that the grounds were the same in 1956, when the translocation took place. And, the move failed. According to the 1955 census the number of lions in Gir region was 290. The last count of the big cats in 2010, put same number at 411. Ignoring the warning of Navanagar's Jam Saheb, who was the Rajpramukh of Saurashtra in 1948, the translocation took place and all the three lions which were shifted died due to inadequate area and unrestricted movement of grazing animals. Officials said that even the Rajpramukh had defended the gene pool theory saying, "everybody wants to kill a male lion and hence their number was gradually decreasing. The male lion (being the head of the family) comes out boldly and gets shot easily." The Rajpramukh also gave out minute details of the lion behaviour to the members who had visited Sasan for the first time. "Lions move in a pack. So, you should sent a whole group if you want to transfer lions from this part to another. Secondly, a combination of high forest and scrub jungle would be an ideal place for the lions to thrive. It is also essential that its prey (like sambhar and blue bull) should in plenty in the new areas. The states which want to introduce lions into their areas should take note of the conditions for their survival; otherwise (if they take just two), they would not succeed. I may suggest that we should add to the available feed of the lion by introducing fresh game like nilgai, sambhar and chital," he said. The board also tried to pitch for the translocation stating that cattle owners are making a hue and cry that cattle lifting by lions were becoming a menace. "This is the cry of the owners of the cattle. I would like to make it clear that the lion does not take more than 75 kills in a year. The lion kills an animal and eats it for several days, as he does not know when he will get the next kill. So all this you should take into account." However, despite all the warning from the Rajpramukh, the translocation took place and all the three lions died. The recent Supreme Court order states that the gene pool in MP would be kept healthy by sending fresh male lions from Gujarat every three to five years. ******************************************************************* This is Gir India Films. The india's largest professionally wildlife stock footage company especially based on Earth's Endangered species Asiatic Lions and Habitat unique Gir forest wildlife sanctuary. Do you know that Asiatic Lion living only inhabited on earth which is Gir forest sanctuary, Gujarat, India??? So getting to the world's only channel to make face to face Asiatic Lion. We are giving first time video-based social networking experience! Do you want to see the Asiatic Lions from only one habitat "Gir forest" ??? So please quickly subscribe to get Unimaginable videos, stories and information. To SUBSCRIBE click the below link: Features of Gir India Films Me and my team are active for last 25 years working in the surrounding gir forest area, we have huge footage collection of asiatic lion, leopard and wild animals, wildlife, Jungle people, village, festivals, politics, pilgrimage, traditional fair, earthquake, floods, heavy rain, fisherman, and biodiversity and gujarat siddi community (African origin) unique, amazing and rare videos footage. we have more than 1000 DVC, SD format and HD the largest collection of VHS, DVC, HD imagery from Gujarat state in India. The collection comprises of 10, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Immense wealth in huge archive. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your any type production! Please write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your any type production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across Gujarat. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and gu