Tigress Noor T-39 gave birth to cub in Ranthambore National Park

Tigress Noor spotted with cub in the morning jungle safari shift in Zone 1 of Ranthambore National Park on March 5, 2022. Tigress T-39 Noor has given birth to cub in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve which is located in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan.

The tigress was seen with the cub on Saturday morning. The tigress was transferring the cub from one place to another with her mouth.

Tigress T-39, popularly known as Noor for her glowing skin, was a delight to tourists with her cub in her mouth in Ranthambore on Saturday. Tourists spotted tigress Noor with a cub near an anicut on Zone 1. The Forest Department confirmed that the 14-year-old tigress has given birth to her fifth litter.

Tourists who went on Jungle Safari on Zone 1 of Ranthambore National Park captured this panoramic view of the tigress in their camera. This caused a wave of happiness among the wildlife lovers.

However, it could not be confirmed that how many cubs the tigress has given birth to. Forest department officials believe that the tigress may have given birth to two to three cubs, but in the cameras, only one cub has been seen in the mouth of the tigress. Photo trap cameras have been installed to monitor the tigress.

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A forest official said, 'The tigress has given birth to nine cubs so far in Ranthambore National Park. Two of these nine cubs could not survive.

Tigress Noor gave birth to a male cub for the first time in 2012. Tigress Noor gave birth to two male cubs in the second litter. The tigress gave birth to two cubs in the third litter but they died after birth. Tigress Noor gave birth to three cubs in November 2016.

Video of tigress Noor and her cub

Assistant Conservator of Forests Sanjeev Sharma said that considering the physical structure of the tigress, the possibility of giving birth to two to three cubs is being expressed. A tigress was seen carrying the cub in her mouth on Saturday morning near Anicut in zone number one of Ranthambore National Park.

Tigress Noor has become a mother for the fifth time. Earlier, the tigress has given birth to nine cubs in four times. There are already approx.78 tigers in Ranthambore. Now this number can be from 80 to 81.

Tigress T-39 Noor is the daughter of Tigress T-13. Tigress T-13 is still alive. Tigress T13 is believed to be the oldest tigress of Ranthambore. The age of tigress T 13 is around 18 years. Normally a tiger lives for 15-16 years in the wild.

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Tigress Noor, who became a mother for the fifth time, is 14 years old. Tigress Noor has given birth to 9 cubs so far. Tigress Noor currently lives in the last corner of zone number 6 and zone 1.

Tigress Noor ruled zone number 1 by driving her mother away. After this, in 2019, Noor was also expelled from here by her three daughters after becoming young. 

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