Ranthambore National Park is taking the pride to the pleasurable baby shower. While the birth of two new tiger cubs has added the count to the species, it has also witnessed the number of cubs taking birth in Ranthambore is 20 in the last 10 months.
With this amazing news the total number of tigers in southeast Rajasthan has now increased up to 46-26 adults out of whom 12 are male and 14 are female and the two newly born cubs have brought the total number of counts in the park as 20. But the matter of worry is that, out of this count two cubs are being missing for a while, delivered by the tigress T13.
These two cubs were delivered by tigress T9 in zone 5, which is close to Padra village. For the convenience of the local habitants of Ranthambore, of course the royal tigers; the villagers have been asked to shift out of the place.
The conservation biologist of Tiger Watch, NGO, in Ranthambore, Mr. Dharmendra Khandal found success in rehabilitating the villagers from the core tiger habitat. He believes in the security of the natural habitat in a broader sense so that the big cats will survive independently and find ample of space for their natural living.
Further, for more safety and precaution, another village, Kathauli is also being shifted out of the park soon. The forest and wildlife conservationist believe that for more protection and safety the development and spreading of the area is necessary so that we can develop more natural habitat for the wild lives especially the tigers.