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Two tigress litter four cubs in Ranthambore National Park

Two of the cubs were littered by Tigress T-84 aka ‘Arrowhead’- a popular tigress of Ranthambore forest and the other two were littered by Tigress T-69.

| Updated:
January 3, 2019 4:50 pm
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Jaipur: Two tigresses have given birth to four cubs at Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur. Tigress T-84 and T-69 were captured on camera with their cubs on Wednesday. The security arrangements have been beefed up in the area. The total number of cubs has gone up to 19 in Ranthambore with these fresh litters.

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According to Ranthambore Field Director YK Sahu, the total number of tigers at Ranthambore has gone up to 69. Of them, 25 are tigresses, 25 are tigers and 19 are cubs. The increasing population of tigers at Ranthambore has come as great news to wildlife lovers across the world.

Two of the cubs were littered by Tigress T-84 aka ‘Arrowhead’- a popular tigress of Ranthambore forest and the other two were littered by Tigress T-69.

The cubs of Tigress T-84 were captured in the cameras by wildlife activist Abhinav Garg and the other two cubs were caught on a CCTV of the park on Wednesday.

In October, Tigress – T-63 – gave birth to two cubs in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Tigress T-63 is the daughter of Tigress T-19 also known as Krishna.

Two leopard cubs were spotted in Jhalana forest area in Jaipur on Tuesday. The two leopard cubs were playing on a hill when some wildlife activists spotted them and captured them on camera.

The wildlife population in Rajasthan’s forests is on the rise which is a good sign for the state’s tourism.

First published: January 3, 2019
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