Ranthambore's famous tigress Riddhi and her three cubs hunt a crocodile in Zone 3 of Ranthambore National Park

Tigress Riiddhi Hunted Crocodile in Ranthambore

In a breathtaking display of instinct and prowess, Tigress T-124, affectionately known as Riddhi, seized the moment and swiftly hunted a crocodile near Malik Talab in Zone 3 of the Ranthambore National Park. As the sun illuminated the scene, Riddhi and her cubs reveled in the spoils of their successful hunt, their majestic presence captivating the hearts of all who bore witness.

In the heart of Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, the raw beauty of wildlife unfolded in a mesmerizing display. A captivating scene unfolded on Monday, as a video of the renowned tigress Riddhi and her three cubs enraptured the online world. Shared by an avid observer on social media, the footage captured the majestic tigress and her offspring in a rare moment of triumph: a successful hunt of a crocodile in Zone 3 of the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. 

Tigress Riddhi and her cub hunted crocodile in Ranthambore National Park

With the lake as their backdrop, Riddhi and her cubs were depicted calmly indulging in their hard-earned meal, showcasing the intricate dance of predator and prey in the natural world. The user's caption accompanying the video painted a vivid picture of the significance of this moment, drawing parallels to Riddhi's legendary grandmother, Machli, who once famously conquered a 14-foot crocodile in the same park. Indeed, Riddhi's prowess solidifies her status as the reigning queen of Ranthambore.

This remarkable event serves as a poignant reminder of the untamed beauty and power of nature, captivating the hearts and minds of viewers worldwide. As the video continues to circulate across social media platforms, it stands as a testament to the timeless allure of wildlife and the enduring legacy of those who call Ranthambore home. 

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For the fortunate tourists who witnessed this awe-inspiring moment, it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The thrill of seeing Riddhi and her cubs in action, hunting and dining together, left an indelible mark on their memories, a testament to the wild and untamed beauty of Ranthambore Park.

As they departed, filled with a sense of wonder and gratitude, the tourists carried with them the cherished memories of this extraordinary encounter, a reminder of the boundless wonders that await in the heart of the wilderness. 

Tigress Riddhi T 124 with her cubs

Tigress Riddhi has tried in the past also:

In a previous attempt at Ranthambore, Tigress Riddhi had ventured to hunt a crocodile near Malik Lake. Despite her skill and determination, Riddhi's efforts were thwarted by the vigilant defense of the crocodile, leaving her disappointed.

This incident harks back to the legendary exploits of Ranthambore's renowned tigress, T-16, famously known as Machli. Prior to Riddhi's endeavor, Machli had successfully hunted a crocodile, earning her the esteemed title of "Crocodile Killer" and solidifying her legacy as one of the park's most formidable predators. 

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