Seventeen families from Kampung Remau in Pos Bihai here needed to leave their homes subsequent to spotting three grown-up Malayan tigers wandering around their cultivating plots and the town last Friday.
Locale Orang Asli improvement division (Jakoa) official Azman Ngadiron said the occupants moved to local Kampung Tendrik after the tigers were seen nearby.
“There are a couple of families taking safe house locally lobby and the homes of family members and companions inspired by a paranoid fear of an assault.
“We have answered to the branch of natural life and public parks (Perhilitan) the presence of the tigers, accepted to be from one family,” Azman told journalists here today.
He said the inhabitants from the Temiar clan had additionally been furnished with food from Jakoa.
“The occupants around Kampung Remau have been encouraged to be watchful in completing their exercises and to illuminate the specialists on the off chance that they spot the tigers.
“They ought to likewise tidy up their mixtures to stay away from congested brambles and bushes which can give a concealing spot to the creatures,” he said.
It was recently revealed that Adin Andok, a 45-year-old Orang Asli from Kampung Badak in Pos Bihai, had confronted a restless second when he was assaulted by a female tiger at a plantation close to the town on July 4.