Viral Video: Tiger Growls And Tries To Chase Tourist Vehicle Near Jim Corbett National Park 

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Viral Video: Tiger Growls And Tries To Chase Tourist Vehicle Near Jim Corbett National Park 

Imagine if you are a tourist and have gone on a jungle safari. What if you spot tigers and one of them growls at you and tries to attack you? Scary, right? Well, something similar happened in Uttarakhand’s Ramnagar area. A tiger actually growled and tried chasing a tourist vehicle, and the video has gone viral on the internet. The video was shot near Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. 

Tiger Tries Chasing Tourist Vehicle Near Jim Corbett

A video from Ramnagar featuring a tiger is going viral on the internet. A tourist vehicle passing through Uttarakhand’s Ramnagar area, was attacked by a tiger from the nearby forest. 

As the video begins, one can see a tiger coming out of the forest on the road and growling at a tourist vehicle. It also comes forward to attack the vehicle. As the driver starts driving the vehicle, the tiger starts chasing it and leaves mid-way. 

Towards the end of the video, the tiger can be seen running back into the forest. This was captured as the driver reversed the vehicle to the spot where the tiger started growling at them. 

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Movement In This Area Has Been Stopped

Ramnagar is an area near Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. The park is said to have over 200 tigers and is known for its tiger safari among tourists. 

After looking at the incident that was captured in the viral video by a tourist, movement in this area has been completely stopped to avoid any misfortune or accident. 

This video was shared by Indian Forest Service official Susanta Nanda on his Twitter account. It has by far garnered 47.8K views and 953 likes. While posting the video, Susanta explained that the striped monk, aka tiger, was irritated and hence behaved in the manner seen. 

He asked people what they would do if someone crashed into their house at any designated hour, just like humans walk into the forest to spot tigers. 

Many people in the comments section came up with various suggestions, like charging premium fees for jungle safaris and more. 

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Cover Image Courtesy: @susantananda/Twitter