Good News: Tigress T-93 Gives Birth to Triplets in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
A six-year-old tigress, code numbered T-93 has given birth to triplets in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The forest authority has recently observed the tigress moving along with her two-month-old cubs around the Khandar range of the park.
According to the official data, with the birth of three cubs, the total number of tigers in the park has reached a total of 82, which includes 24 tigers, 24 tigresses and 34 cubs. This comes as good news for the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), as there was a decline in the tiger population in the past few years due to illegal activities. Therefore, to protect the newborn cubs and their mother, the forest authority of Ranthambore National Park has taken all the precautionary measures and strengthened its surveillance.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is famous for its larger tiger population in the country. It was declared an important part of Project Tiger in 1973.
Ranthambore National Park News Update.