Concerns for wildlife as fire burns through national park in central India

A fire has burnt through a national park in central India, raising concerns for the welfare of its wildlife. A wildfire erupted on March 29 in Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh, and has spread through six forest ranges. Footage from March 30 shows the blaze burning through the forest. According to reports, officials are concerned as the park holds a large population of endangered Bengal tigers.