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JIM CORBETT

VIII-TERM-I-JIM CORBETT-SUPPLEMENTARY

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Jim Corbett was born on 25 July 1875
Corbett shot wild animals in his cine film camera
The first man eater shot by Corbett was the Champawat Tiger
Corbett shot the tigress dead, near the Chataar Bridge, in Champawat
The birth name of Jim Corbett was Edward James Corbett
The Name of Corbett's dog was Robin
The Champawat Tiger killed nearly 436 humans
Who killed the Champawat tigress finally? Jim Corbett
When did Jim Corbett died? on 19 April 1955
Who established India's first National Park? Jim corbett
What was the name of India's first National park? Hailey National Park
Where was the India's first national park situated? Kumaon Hills, Uttarakhand,India.
When the National Park was renamed as "Jim Corbett National park"? in 1957
Jim Corbett was a British Wild Life Photographer
Corbett always preferred to hunt alone and on foot
He admired wild life
He did not like to kill wild animals for pleasure or sport
A tiger starts eating humans, when they grow old or get hurt
The Champawat tigress was shot in 1907 by Jim Corbett
Jim Corbett was always against game hunting
Hailey National Park was established in the year 1930
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