Ranthambore National Park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Several tourists land on this space to explore the forest and its behavior, but every time it disappoints, the jungle tells new stories of the forest residents every day. The forest has many historical stories of the Maharajas and their descendants, the fights, and the conquests. Now, the jungle is better known as the sole home of the Royal Bengal Tigers.
But some sad news broke the hearts of the wildlife lovers when they found on social media or newspapers about the deaths of the tigers. This time, a female cub whose age is ten months died due to infighting with another female tiger, intake of occupying territory in Ranthambore National Park. The forest department reveals that the cub of T-102 was killed in a battle with Tigress Riddhi. Riddhi defeated her in a territorial fight and needed a space where she could live peacefully with her pride and take the last breath of her life.
The situation arose when a T-102 female cub, among the four cubs, got separated from her mother. During this time, the tigress Riddhi aka T 124, taking the full opportunity of the time, arrived there, aggressively attacked her from the back. The attack was so powerful and severe that the female cub died after a few hours. Her body was found from the Tamba Khan region of Ranthambore National Park. The forest officials traced down the dead body and took the cub’s body in their possession.
Ranthambore National Park engulfs 20 tigers and 28 female tigers, and 19 cubs; the increasing number of tigers in Ranthambore requires a vast land to make their living comfortable utmost level. The existing periphery is falling short of the current variance of tigers. They are conflicting between themselves, which are arising day by day inRanthambore National Park. Tigers are very possessive about their territory and want to occupy what suits them the best.
Many such incidents are happening in Ranthambore that distress the wildlife lovers. But the majestic view of the tigers and other felines like Indian Jackal, Hyena, Leopard Elephants, and the omnipotent birdlife always gives a perfect view to the tourist. Tigers are the national animal of India, and their existence is a great deal to prove our existence on our planet.
Moreover, Tourists come to this forest to see the wild beats with their bare eyes and likes to have close contact with the tigers through jungle trials. For that, please opt for Ranthambore Safari Booking to enjoy the thrilling nature of the forest on an open gypsy.