December 13, 2020 : The endangered Patebagh has been found at an altitude of 3,165 meters in Ilam. Earlier, Patebagh was not found before Parsa National Park.
According to the Department of Forest and Land Conservation, the cat breed Patebagh was seen in CCTV footage. At the same time, the number of tigers in Nepal has reached 235.
Patebagh has been captured in one of the 20 camera traps set up to monitor GPS-colored 10 red hawks in the Kanchenjunga area. At the same time, the number of cat species in the eastern hilly region of Kanchenjunga has reached eight.
Leopards, snow leopards, snow leopards, golden cats, wild tigers, wild cats, and scatterbrained cats had already been captured on camera. The site where Patebagh was first found is connected to the Kanjanjungha Conservation Area and the Singhalila National Park in India. Nepal has been taking various initiatives to increase the number of tigers.