If you are a wild life enthusiast, you must have heard about Tadoba National Park and the tiger reserve in it. Situated in Maharashtra, Tadoba is famous for its tiger safari trips. Even though most of the tigers have expired anonymously, some are known as the finest examples of the feline family.
The Bagdo Male is probably the biggest male tiger at Tadoba. It gets its name from the Bagdo Area where it roams. It roams around an area of sixty square kilometers. The area consists of some sub adult males and three female tigers. It is said that the presence of such strong male tigers are the key to the increase of tigers in India. They can sire many cubs from the females in their patrolling territory during the breeding season. They guard their offspring and thus, assist in increasing the tiger population.
She is a mature tigress and a caring mother. She is named after the Telia Dam which she visits frequently. She loiters around an area of twenty square kilometers. She has given to birth to three cubs in a litter and has looked after four female cubs. The cubs have now grown up. It is said that she has mated with Bagdo Male and is about to give birth again. The gestation period of tigresses is about ninety days.
PandraPauni Tigress was a beautiful tigress that expired after suffering from gangrene. Her patrolling area was Paundrapauni and she gave birth to four cubs. The cubs are now grown up. When she died, PandraPauni Tigress was carrying four unborn cubs.
The Panthera tigris tigris was previously known as Royal tiger. They are mostly found in India as well as in Bangladesh and they are national animal of both country India as well as Bangladesh.. Length of Panthera tigris head and body ranges from 1,400 – 2,800 mm with a tail length of 600-950 mm.The approximate weight of male tiger is 180-300 and female tiger is between 100-167 kg. They are also known as good swimmer as they can swim upto 29 km. There territory usually depend on how long they can go for their food. Approximate populations of Panthera tigris in India have been estimated at 1,706–1,909. This tigers are also spotted in Tadoba National park.
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