Tourists sight 2 cubs at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve; authorities say there could be few more

These cubs were spotted in Dhakda in Kachida area of the park in zone 5 by some lucky tourists.

Tourists sight 2 cubs at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve; authorities say there could be few more
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Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: In what could be termed as a joyous moment for all the wildlife lovers, two cubs were sighted at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.

These cubs were spotted in Dhakda in Kachida area of the park in zone 5 by some lucky tourists.

As per a report published in Times of India, T-73 could be the mother of the two three-month-old cubs and the possibility for more cubs cannot be denied.

T-73, a small tigress is the daughter of T-17 aka Sundari, that was the most sighted tigress in the zone.

This is definetly a good news for wildlife enthusiasts as for a very long time, the area has been devoid of any tigers.

Besides, T-73 is also the first tigress to select this area and live here.

 

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