New tiger cubs sighted at Ranthambore National Park
Here’s good news from the Ranthambore National Park giving enough reason for tiger lovers and conservationists to celebrate. Sundari, the T-17 tigress has been spotted at Rajbagh Talab with her three cubs taking the total number of tigers in the park to 50.
There had been speculation for some time that Sundari had cubs but they were not sighted. Friday morning, the cubs were seen with the tigress.
Another tiger cub was sighted at the Ranthambhore National Park in May this year. The cub about two-three months old was seen following its mother (T-39) in Sultanpur forest the block of the national park.
With this new addition the total number of tigers in the park has now reached 50 which include 26 adults (12 males and 14 females) and 24 cubs, according to the wildlife authorities at Ranthambore National Park.
Some of the wildlife enthusiasts including state tourism and environment minister Bina Kak have shared pictures of T-39 and T-17 with their cubs and many tiger lovers have expressed happiness.
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