Ranthambore Tiger Territory

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Tigers are territorial animals that prefer to mark their territories and then guard them very fiercely. Usually the criterion for choosing a particular area is the high density of prey animals. The method of marking their boundaries may include using urine, secretions from anal glands or imprinting scratch marks on tree barks, bushes and rocks making up the boundary of the possessed area. Preferring a solitary existence the tiger can even give its life to retain the mastership of its area, which may extend up to 100 sq km.



Zones Territory Of Tiger's In Each Zone
Zone 1 Sultan ( T-72 ), Noor (T-39) with Two Cubs Ustad (T-24)
Zone 2 Krishna (T-19) with Three Cubs,Gayatri (T-22), Ustad (T-24), Noon (T-39) with Two Cubs Sultan (T-72), Jhumru (T-20)
Zone 3 Star Male (T-28), Krishna (T-19), Three Cubs of Krishna (T-19)
Zone 4 Machli (T-16) ,Bhola/Dollar Male (T-25), Krisha (T-19) with Three Cubs,Star Male (T-28), Romeo (T-6), Mr. Bond (T-47), Laila (T-41) with one cub
Zone 5 Romeo (T-6), Two Cubs of Sunehari (T-17), Bhola/Dollar Male (T-25), Bhadur (T-3), Laila (T-41) with one cub
Zone 6 Ustad (T-24), Kumbha (T-34), Sultan (T-72), Noor (T-39) with Two Cubs
Zone 7 Ladli (T-8) With Two Cub, Kumbha (T-34)
Zone 8 Ladli (T-8) With Two Cub, Kumbha (T-34)
Zone 9 Fateh (T-42)
Zone 10 Zone 10- T-42(Fateh, Male Tiger), T-13(Old Sultanpur Female) & her three 6 months old Cubs