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Tigers of Ranthambore National Park

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When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens, lol.
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Big Grin  ( This post was last modified: 02-11-2019, 08:17 PM by Rishi )

(02-11-2019, 01:20 PM)Sanju Wrote:

Wow. That's great news! How did he even do it?

The male tiger that was gonna be shifted to Seljar Range of MHTR, being tracked & thought to be T-110...
(01-20-2019, 12:17 PM)Rishi Wrote: Another Ranthambore tiger in Bundi district
(All names are G-map links as usual)

A young male tiger crossed the Chambal river, via Keshavraipatan area of Bundi have reached Mandavari area of Sultanpur range.
Before this he was last seen in a rugged area near a farm, where he hunted a Nilgai, at Laxmipura village of Notada (Dharwan) Panchayat.

The forest workers of Bundi district, tracking him Saturday morning, informed the officials in Kota district about fresh pugmarks of the tiger. 
Now for the purpose of monitoring the tiger, the duty of the forest workers has been imposed for 24/7. Camera-traps are also going to be laid once his position is located, for identification. But he hasn't stopped moving yet, his age is being described as 7-8 years & guessed to be T-62 or T-110.

In the river ravines & scrubland of Sultanpur range, a tigress T-35 had already come from Ranthambore & lived for nearly five years as the corridor ends there. She is believed to have later been poached.

This tiger too might get stranded there, if he's taken that wrong route. Otherwise, with luck, he might reach Mukundara!

As per latest update today morning the tiger's photo was captured & is believed to be T-110, age is about 2.5 to 3 years old..

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9 years after the T-35, tiger T-110 has entered the Sultanpur area through the Bundi area through the gullies along the banks of Chambal river that separates the Bundi & Kota districts. 

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The river goes through Mukundara hills, but before that about 50kms from Ranthambore, the eroded barren thickets give way to farmland & ultimately the city of Kota.

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He has got absolutely no chance of reaching Mukundara naturally, just like T-35 before him.
...was later reidentified as T-98, son of T-60. The teams after him suddenly lost his trail about a fortnight ago. No tracks, no scats, no sighting reports.
It's like he just vanished in thin air!

And now he's in Mukundara, by himself... & i have no idea how he managed to do what i was (pretty) sure was impossible, but I've never been more happy to be wrong! 

All's well that ends well.

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