Close shave for tourists as lions attack vehicle in Karnataka bio-park

BENGALURU: Two lions assaulted a safari vehicle in Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) a week ago. None of the guests was, in any case, harmed. This is the second time a similar vehicle has been assaulted. The vehicle being referred to, amusingly, wasn’t a normal safari transport yet a Toyota Innova, an extravagance SUV implied for the individuals who pay higher passages.

A video of the assault was appeared on some neighborhood TV stations on Tuesday. The video, shot by a safari transport driver behind the Innova, demonstrates two lions tailing it intently for very some separation. While one of the creatures tries to cross before the vehicle subsequent to seeking after it, another tries to climb onto it and nibble the back glass. The cries of the guests inside are plainly capable of being heard. At that point the vehicle is seen proceeding onward, and the lion leaves.

Rebuking the driver for carelessness of wellbeing, Santosh Kumar, BBP official chief stated, “The assault occurred on January 28 or 29. The driver is unmistakably to blame. He ought to never have halted the auto, which he likely did to satisfy the guests. We’ve expelled him from safari obligation.”

Santosh said lattices are introduced on windows of greater vehicles shipping people in general yet it is hard to fit networks on all sides for littler vehicles. The Innova had networks as an afterthought, however not on the windscreen or back window. “We’are wanting to send a proposition to the state government to expel little vehicles like this and hold just safari transports. This will guarantee wellbeing of creatures and additionally that of guests,” he included.

Source:- Timesofindia

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