Sariska Tiger Reserve welcomes two newborn cubs

Sariska Tiger Reserve welcomes two newborn cubs

ST-14 gave birth to cubs for the third time

Two cubs

After being born to tigress ST-2 in Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) in 2014, cub ST-14, who is over eight years old, gave birth to two cubs for the third time. After being transported by an Indian Air Force chopper from Ranthambore on July 4, 2008, ST-2 became the first tigress to enter the reserve in the Alwar area.

After tigress ST-14 and her two cubs were caught in a video trap, the Sariska Tiger Reserve, which had previously been known for poaching occurrences, had a significant increase in the population of big cats. There are currently 27 large cats in the reserve, including the cub.

According to Sunil Mehta, a member of the State Wildlife Board, Sariska now has the most tigers in the past 40 to 50 years. 

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