11 tiger cubs make it an incredible week in the forests of Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL: After A Series Of Tigers, 14 So Far Of The Year, Good News From The Forests Of. Last Week 11 Tiger Cubs Have Been Sighted: Five In The Panna Tiger Reserve And Three In The Sanctuaries Of Nauradehi And Ratapani.
At The Sanctuary Of Nauradehi, In The Sagar And Sagar Districts, Forest Staff Celebrates The First Births Of Tigers In Years. It's The First Litter Of Radha And Kishen, Who Were Moved From The National Parks Of Kanhna and Bandhavgarh. The Hairy Trio Was Seen On May 9, Officials Said. They Are Considered So Valuable That Armed Policemen Have Been Placed Nearby To Protect Them, Officials Say.
In Panna, Two Tigress Have Given Five Cubs. The T-6 Tigress Gave Birth To Two Puppies, While A Tigress Without Collars Gave Birth To Three, Said K S Bhadoria, Panna Field Director." We Have 52 Tigers In Panna Now," He Said. The Tigers Have Held The Cubs In The Deep Dense Forest Areas.
And In Ratapani, Just 20 Km From The Outer Limits Of Bhopal, Forest Officials Have Spotted Three Puppies Near Obaidullaganj. There Are Already 20 Tigers In The Ratapani Forest Of 824 Square Kilometers. More Than Half Is Covered With Teak Trees And The World Heritage Site Bhimbetka Is On Its Periphery.