Karnataka's most photographed tiger dies of starvation

06 Apr 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
Stories from Bengaluru

'Prince', the most photographed tiger of the state of Karnataka, died of starvation, leaving wildlife photographers and enthusiasts in sorrow.

Hailing from the Yedhal range in the Bandipur Forest, Prince was famous amongst tourists and forest officials alike.

He loved spending most of his time in the water and was one of Bandipur's boldest and bravest tigers.

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