The Ranthambore National Parkis the home to one of the worlds’ enthralling species-the Royal Bengal Tigers. Some of the leading experts on tigers say that India has quadruple numbers of Tiger population compared to any other parts of the world. Rural Indians are unique who have the tolerance for living with potentially deadly wildlife in the same territory. Much haunting news becomes viral on social media that reveals how the tigers kill the livestock and humans living around India’s wildlife sanctuaries.
Unfortunately, India’s reserved forests are not developed as much as the number of tigers existing in the sanctuaries. As a result, livestock is killed, and so are the people of the nearby villages forcing some big cats to turn out to be a man-eater for survival.
The incidents happened in the Kanti village nearby the buffer zone of the Ranthambore National Park.On a bright sunny morning, a villager named Pappu Gujrar went out to the field at the Baler area of the Khandar range of Ranthambore. He was grazing his goat on the pasture. After seeing him all alone in the field, a tiger spotted him, and with his bad intention in his mind, he hid in the thickets of the bushes at the corner of the field. Taking advantage of the moment, he jumped on Pappu Gujrar and killed him. The villagers and the trespassers shouted out of spite.
Ranthambore National Park’s forest department took the half-eaten body to the nearby hospital for postmortem, and the entire atmosphere filled with panic and fear. They suspected Tiger T-72 behind the incident. Though not all tigers are man-eaters- but few of them become persistent predators of humans. It has been determined that tigers are compelled to stress certain circumstances beyond their control and adopt a diet alien to it.
Hence, the most popular Ranthambore National Park attracts tourists from across the globe throughout the year. The extravagant jeep safari is the reason for the attraction of the park. For that, you have to obtain a Ranthambore Jeep Safari Booking to enter the park.
The popular destination for travel freaks and wildlife lovers,Ranthambore National Park, situated at the Sawai Madhopur area of Rajasthan, remains open throughout the year. The best time to visit the park is in the winter season, between October to March. However, rain is significant for wildlife after the scorching heat of summer. The monsoon is the best time for mating many after the monsoon; it is a tricky time to spot tigers. So plan a trip to Ranthambore to view the majestic tigers under the lap of nature.