The tigress T102 cub died in battle of the Territory in Ranthambore National Park
A tigress cub has died in the battle of territory once again in Ranthambore National Park. On May 9, 2021, the tigress T 102 cub was found dead in the Tamba Khan Forest area of Ranthambore National Park. This cub of tigress T102 was a female. The tigress T-102 cub is feared to have been killed in a fight with tigress Riddhi.
The area of Ranthambore is now falling short of tigers due to the increasing number of tigers in Ranthambore. Due to this, some tiger-tigress is losing her life in the struggle for variance. A ten-month-old female cub of tigress T-102 died in a struggle for territory on Sunday in the Tamba Khan area of Ranthambore National Park. Probably the young tiger T-124 Riddhi has killed the female cub in the Territorial Fight.
Presently there are 20 males, 28 females, 19 sub-adults and cubs in the tiger project Ranthambore. Due to this, the area of Ranthambore is falling short for the variance of tigers. Due to which conflict situations are arising.
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A ten-month-old female cub, one of the four cubs of the tigress T-102, was separated from her mother late Saturday. During this time, the tigress Riddhi aka T 124, who arrived there, attacked her with a fatal attack. The attack was so severe that the female cub died shortly after. Forest officials, who arrived on information, took the cub's body in their possession.
Deep wounds on neck and body
CCF Tikam Chand Verma said that the body of a female cub has been recovered at around 8.30 am on Sunday. The dead body was not here till Saturday evening. In such a situation, it is probably a night event. A day earlier on Saturday, CCF was going with forest officials when they saw the tigress T-124 Riddhi chasing down the tigress T-102. While coming back, the tigress T-124 was sitting on the roadside and was getting aggressive.
He said that there are deep wounds on the neck and body of the female cub. The body of the female cub of tigress T-102 was captured and transported to Rajbagh Naka. In the presence of CCF Tikamchand Verma, Superintendent of Police Sudhir Chaudhary, Assistant Forest Conservator Sanjeev Sharma and District Administration, the veterinarians conducted the post-mortem of the carcass of the female cub. After this, the body was cremated in the Rajbag Naka complex.