Birth of three tiger cubs for the first time in Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve (RVTR)
For the first time, three tiger cubs were born at Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve (RVTR) in Bundi, Rajasthan.
An Overview of the News
This significant event happened a year after a tigress named T-102 was transferred to the park.
The number of tigers in the reserve has now increased to five, including a male tiger named T-115 and a tigress named T-102, who is the daughter of Ranthambore tigress T-73.
During the previous birth, the tigress gave birth to four cubs in November 2020, but they were killed by male tiger T-115 or other wild animals.
To ensure the safety and survival of the newborn cubs, plans are underway to relocate the tigress from the area, as the male tiger poses a threat to them.
Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve:
Ramgarh Vishdhari Wildlife Sanctuary was designated a tiger reserve on 5 July 2021 as it was given in-principle approval by the NTCA.
It was given the status of a wildlife sanctuary in 1982 under a state act called the Rajasthan Wild Animals and Birds Protection Act, 1951.
It is located in the Bundi district of Rajasthan.
Its core area is 481.9 sq km and buffer area is 1019.98 sq km.
Mez river passes through this tiger reserve which is a tributary of Chambal river.
The total population of tigers in this reserve is five which includes one male tiger, one tigress and three newborn cubs.
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