Wildlife lovers – we’ve got a news to cheer! Ranthambore’s tigress T-8 gave birth to three cubs, spotted by a visitor in Sonkacch Ka Patta in Kundal area of the par. According to the Forest Department officials of the Sawai Madhopur, so far these cubs are clearly visible only in a video, that’s why security has been tightened across the area. The official further confirmed that these three cubs seem to be of a T-8 tigress.
Sprawling over 1334 sq km, Ranthambore National Park was once the hunting ground of the Maharajas. Currently, it is home to 43-45 tigers and around 18 cubs. With the addition of three more cubs, the total number of tigers, adults, sub-adults and cubs is 63. In 1957, it was declared as the wildlife sanctuary and it got the status of national park in the 1980s. The park is also known for 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, ancient temples and mosques, hunting pavilions, and crocodile-filled lakes.
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