How the lions live: A video diary of the lions in Kerala
A video by the Kerala government that shows the lions living at the Kolaru Tiger Sanctuary has gone viral, raising many questions and concerns among wildlife activists.
The video has received thousands of shares on social media and was shared widely in the online news section of The Hindu newspaper.
The Kerala Wildlife Protection Board (KWPB) has issued a statement on the video, saying the lions are not wild animals and live in the wild.
The KWPB said that it had conducted a detailed assessment of the videos content and had received the correct information about the animals and its behaviour.
The KWPb said the lions at Kolaruk were not wild, they are domestic animals and do not belong to any animal reserve.
“The lions in the video are wild animals.
They are not captive animals or captive breeding, which is the definition of wild animals,” the KWP, which manages the sanctuary, said.
The Wildlife Protection Act of 1993, which defines wild animals, states that wild animals are: “any animal that is not domesticated, wild in nature, living in the open air, or in captivity”.
Wildlife activists have been voicing their concerns about the video since it was uploaded on YouTube on Saturday.
“We have seen this video, which shows a wild animal living in captivity, for two hours and 30 minutes.
It is a violation of the wildlife laws of Kerala,” said Vijay Pratap, a wildlife activist from the state’s Madurai district.
The footage, which was uploaded by a YouTube user called “Wilderthan,” showed a tiger cub and its mother being watched by an officer.
In the video the cub and the mother are lying on a grassy spot and the tiger cub is eating grass and the cub is in a prone position on a nearby tree.
The tiger cub was released to the wild at the end of September and is the only one at the sanctuary.
The other cubs were released at the beginning of October.
The officer is also seen looking down at the cubs and is saying, “Mama, don’t you want to see your cubs?”
The video shows the cub’s mother and the officer looking at the tiger, who is lying on the ground and the male cubs are eating grass.
The officers head to the cub.
The cubs mother looks at the officer and says, “Oi, what are you doing?
What are you looking at me like this?”
The officer responds, “I am looking at you.
This cub is wild, it is our tiger cub.”
The cub is then taken away and the video shows him being fed by a wild dog.
The officer asks, “What do you want?
Where are the cub, you don’t want to have your cub, don of wild animal?”
The tiger and cubs cub are then taken to a place called Tiger Sanctuary and they are shown playing and walking around.
The officers head back to the tiger sanctuary where the cub lives.
The cub then takes the officers car and is then sent back to Kolarus Tiger Sanctuary.
The tiger cub, meanwhile, is seen at a different place where it is fed by another wild dog and the officers head away.
The video then shows a tiger feeding the cub at a separate location.
The same cub is seen in another place in Kolarur and is seen walking towards another place.
The same cub appears to be being fed with a water bottle and is being fed in another location.
It seems like the cub was just fed a drink or something similar and the authorities are now feeding it with a large water bottle.
The wildlife activists are also calling on the authorities to release the cub to the community.
“If this cub is going to be given up, we will never forgive the authorities for letting it live in a place where the tiger is living,” said Nanda Rao, a wild life activist from Madurai.
The Bengal Tiger Conservation Society, which runs the tiger enclosure, said in a statement that the lion was not a wild species.
The Bengal Tiger Foundation said the cub could not be considered wild and the Bengal Tiger Society said the video was a fake.
“There are no wild lions in Kolkata.
We have already seen the video on social networking websites,” said Dinesh Gupta, a spokesperson for the Bengal Tigers.
The conservation society said the tigers were living in a separate enclosure, not the Kolars Tiger Sanctuary, where they are being housed, and had been seen playing in the area for two weeks.
“When they are playing in Kolars Sanctuary, the cub cannot be seen in any way, because of the restrictions in the enclosure,” said Keralites Tiger Society.
The zoo said it was not clear how long the cub would be at the Tiger Sanctuary as it had not been seen since October.
“It is our belief that the cub will be released within a few days.
The zoo has already sent the cub for the rehabilitation, which will take at least one