Saturday, August 7, 2021 in Ranthambore National Park.
Ranthambore, The death of an adult tiger, T-65, in Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park was confirmed by IVRI's viscera analysis, which revealed that the tiger, Suraj, alias T-65, died of cardiac shock. The medical board of Ranthambore had previously stated the same cause for the death of a tiger on July 6, 2021, when the tiger's carcass was discovered in a waterhole.
After the death of a tiger, numerous concerns arise, which is why the forest department has to know the actual cause of death. As a result, after a tiger's death, the forest department conducts a post-mortem examination, with viscera samples sent to the IVRI (Indian Veterinary Research Institute) in Bareilly for further analysis. In this case, the forest department investigated COVID-19, common poison, parasite, and bacterial illness, among other things.
According to an official, the cadaver of a 10-year-old male tiger was discovered at a waterhole in Khandar range (outside of the tourism sector) of Ranthambore National Park on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
T-65, also known as Suraj, is a male tiger.
The dead tiger was identified as T-65, a male tiger known as Suraj in Ranthambore National Park, when it was discovered. T-19, aka Krishna, tigress, had his first litter with him. Krishna, the mother, is a well-known tigress in Ranthambore National Park since she is a member of the Machali tigress lineage (T-16).
T-19, Mother Krishna, had her first litter in February 2011. She had three cubs in this litter, one female cub (T-63) and two male cubs (T-64 and T-65). On May 26, 2011, the first litter of T-19 was spotted for the first time in zone no.2.
Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park, which is home to more than 70 tigers, was established in 1955 as the Sawai Madhopur Wildlife Sanctuary and was incorporated in the Project Tiger scheme in 1973. In 1980, it was designated as a National Park.
The news from Ranthambore National Park was truly heartbreaking.