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Ranthambore National Park welcomes new Cubs


Just a few days ago, Ranthambore tigress T-39 was caught on the camera teaching its cubs their first life lessons - to hunt, to drink water while staying cautious of possible threat from other wild species and some survival tips that would help them all their lives.

And now, we have another good news from the Ranthambore National Park. Tigress T-79 has given birth to new cubs. Only one little cub has been spotted so far near Kundli river in the Falaudi Range of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. This news has overjoyed both the reserve officials and tourists alike.

More than 1 Cub Born

Though the officials have so far spotted just one cub, but in the nearby areas in Zone 10 of Ranthambore National Park, they have spotted the foot marks of more than one cub. It is being expected that more than one cub has been born in the reserve. Ever since the young cub was spotted, the officials have increased the monitoring of that space of the reserve.

Tigers' count increasing at Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park is named as one of the most famous tiger reserves in the world. Developed in 1980 this tiger reserve is now spread across an area of 392 sq km. Though the number of tigers is decreasing worldwide, the increase in count of tigers at the Ranthambore National Park is an achievement that amazes all wildlife experts and enthusiasts. 2 months ago, the tiger count at Ranthambore was 62 but it has increased now. The officials and government are doing commendable job in conserving this unique species from being extinct.

The new cubs will definitely attract more visitors to the park in the coming days.

Do you know? Some time ago, Asiatic lioness Tejika also gave birth to 3 cubs at the Nahargarh Biological Park of Jaipur.

 


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