(COVID 19) Meet the first coronavirus positive tiger
Tiger test positive for the novel coronavirus, the symptoms will shock you!
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A 4-year old female tiger has shocked many after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
Some of the symptoms it exhibited include a dry cough
Samples were taken after the tiger and five others exhibited symptoms of respiratory illness
A tiger has shocked millions after it tested positive for the coronavirus.
The four-year-old Malayan tiger had its samples taken after exhibiting symptoms of respiratory illness alongside five others.
According to the Zoo owner, the animals were infected by an asymptomatic employee at the zoo in Newyork while tending to their needs.
This breaking news makes Nadia, the coronavirus positive tiger the first tiger to test positive for the novel coronavirus raging and causing havoc in the world.
The tiger developed a dry cough which prompted the authorities at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo to have its samples tested for COVID-19.
The coronavirus positive tiger is expected to recover although it has exhibited decreased appetite.
Meanwhile, Bronx Zoo in New York will remain closed to the public as authorities monitor the impact of coronavirus on big cats such as the tiger.