This is good news from Ranthambhore National Park that on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 three new cubs were spotted in Ranthambhore Park. As per the Forest Department official Tigress T39 a.k.a NOOR gave birth to three cubs at zone No.1 of the Ranthambore National Park.
As per the Ranthambhore Nature guide Sharad Sharma, It was the Morning Jungle safari, when he was at zone number one of the Tiger Reserve , he spotted a female Tiger T-39 with two cubs at Khariya Talai (A water point) while She was marking urine spray on tree and bushes and her cubs were walking along with in the grass. According to the Guide as soon as he reached at water point named kariya Talai in the region of Sultanpur in Rathambhore , He saw fresh footprint of the female tigress on the main dirt safari track. He stopped canter (A open top roof 20 seat safari bus) for a while to observe Tiger pug marks, when all of a sudden, A tourist saw the tigress too distant while she was making a territory through urine spray on the trees. Soon afterward his canter driver Naved noticed one cub in the grass and Tigress T-39 was moving slowly in the grass and one of them cubs was far away, it would barely 20 feet away in the grass, as soon as the driver started canter he noticed one more cub who was standing in long grass, it was also little far away from her mother. They were going up the side of the hill and after a while they disappeared into the bushes and grass. As per the nature guide newborn cubs should be around 3 or 4 months old. It is the 4th litter of T-39 a.k.a Noor! She is Great mother of Ranthambore National Park.
At the time of afternoon safari shift, she was sighted with her three cubs at the same area on zone No.1 in Ranthambhore National Park. Indeed it was the wonderful day and good news for wildlife enthusiast that “Noor” T39 delivered 3 cubs in her 4th litter.
Noor a.k.a T39 is a dominant female tiger in Ranthambore National Park. She is around 7 year old tigress. She has territory in zone 1, 2 and 6 of the Tiger Reserve and dominant male tiger T57 covers her territory that is why T-57 should be father of her new born cubs. The number of tigers in Ranthambore National Park has increased 60 plus including with these three cubs. At present, there are 14 new cubs are surviving in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. T-60 has 3 cubs, T-61 has 2 cubs, T-63 has 2 cubs, T-41 has 2 cubs, T-73 has 2 cubs and T-39 has 3 cubs.