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Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of south eastern Rajasthan, at about 130 km distance from Jaipur, the Ranthambore National Park is a major wildlife tourist attraction spot in the state.

In the days of summer season, when people in the desert state look out for cooler, calmer places to spend some time in peace, this wildlife reserve is a good choice. But is it just the greenery and natural location, or the regular tiger safaris that are attracting tourists to Ranthambore? Not really. These days the people visiting the reserve famous for protecting tigers, have a new center of attraction.

Visitors to the Ranthambhore National Park are very much keen to spot Ranthambore tigress T-39, also known as Noor, while it gets busy teaching its cubs their first life lessons. Yes, these days the tigress is indulged in giving its 3 cubs their lessons for life. Noor is teaching its 3 cubs the art of hunting and also the art of defense from other wild animals.

Recently a picture has been shared of the Ranthambore Tigress T-39 with its 3 cub, which was shot on Monday morning at Ranthambore's Zone 3. The tigress Noor was clicked with the 3 cubs at a water point while it was teaching them to drink water safely, being conscious of any danger from other wild beings like a crocodile.

The cubs are getting ready with survival tricks and tips from their mother tigress. And spotting them practice their learnt lessons is a treat to every wildlife enthusiast's eyes.

So, when are you planning a weekend trip to the Reserve?

 


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