The continuous growing tigers in Ranthambore National Park, where is the story of the success of wildlife conservation, On the other hand, the increase in the number of tigers continues to increase the fear of mutual conflict. At present, 4 tigress and 2 cubs are looking for territory in Ranthambore. In the future, there may be a conflict between the tigers for the territory.
Currently, T-99, T-102, T-105 and T-107 are looking for their new territory in Ranthambhore. Due to the increasing number of tigers in Ranthambore, tigers and tigresses are coming out side from the park in search of territories. For this reason, this year, in the Safari Zone 6 to 10 of Ranthambore National Park, Tourists are getting more sighting of tigers.
It is not that departmental officials are oblivious to this. The department also estimates the possibility of a conflict between tigers. Last year, the Forest Department had included Tiger T-102, T-107 and T-106 in Ranthambore for shifting to Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve in Kota. Of these, the Forest Department has shifted Tigress T 106 to Mukundra Tiger Reserve. Another tiger is to be sent to Mukundra from Ranthambore Forest Department. But in the past days, shifting can be avoided due to tigress being injured during mating with tiger in Mukundra. Tiger Shifting can be done in the near future.
In Zone 6 of Ranthambore National Park, Tigress T-8 aka Ladli is living with two cubs for a long time. Even the cubs have now grown from about one and a half to two years. In this way, the cubs also started looking for the territory.
At Ranthambore this time, recently the young tigers are getting the most challenge on the territory from their mother. At this time Tigress T-99 is roaming in Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary of the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. This tigress of about three and a half years is facing the challenge of the territory from its mother T-60. However, Tigress T13 has also registered its presence in this area. On the other hand, T-102 is also threatened by his mother in Kachida area of the Ranthambore. On the other hand, the tigress T-41 has also been feared for its conflict. Similarly T-105 and T-107 have long been looking for new territories.