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62 Tigers in Ranthambore, the Highest in its history


The Ranthambore National Park or the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is one of the largest parks of its kind in the entire north India. Located in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, this popular tiger reserve in the country now has a total of 62 tigers, which is the highest ever number in this park's entire history.

This reserve was introduced with the aim of saving tigers and protecting them from the fear of extinction. The reserve has very much stood firm on what we expected of it. the government officials were proud to announce that the number of tigers in the reserve have increased over the years. However, stats also show that the number of these big cats has actually crossed the reserve's capacity because of which migration and territorial adjustment is a common seen to witness for weak and adult tigers.

Nearly 20% of tigers either die annually due to various natural reasons or they migrate to other territories. in the last five years, 7 female and 3 male tigers have went missing from the reserve. They couldn't be traced as well. On the other hand, the government has been trying hard to keep up with the safety measures. Arrangements for the safety and monitoring of tigers has been done to protect the tigers in Ranthambore.

The Ranthambore reserve, which is spread over 932 sq. km., is now home to 62 tigers. So, what could be a better time to plan Tiger Safari at the reserve? Make a plan today to capture the big cats at Ranthambore!

Also read:

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