Ranthambore | April 17, 2019
One more tiger whose tiger code is T-75 was shifted to Sariska National Park from Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan wildlife on Tuesday.
The seven years old male tiger, T-75 who is known as W-Male in Ranthambore National Park was shifted to Sariska National Park from Ranthambore National Park by the forest department team in Rajasthan wildlife on April 15, 2019.
The shifting Process in Ranthambore National Park
According to the shifting information, the forest department team started to track the tiger at 6: 15 in the morning. At 7: 45 am, the tiger was sighted at Bhid forest area of Ranthmbore. The tiger, T-75 was tranquilized around 8 am by the forest department team. After this, the team of veterinary doctors conducted the health investigation of him. Then, tiger, W-Male was shifted in the cage and left for Sariska Tiger Reserve.
He reached Sariska National Park around 4 pm and kept in enclosures at reserve . Hope, he will soon be released into the reserve.
During this operation, Field Director of Ranthambore, Manoj Parasha, DFO of Ranthambore Mukesh Saini, Sariska DFO Seduram Yadav, local Advisory Committee members Daulat Singh Shaktawat were present.
An adult male tiger, T-75 is seven years old and is the son of Tigress T- 17 aka ‘Sundari’ and Tiger T-25 who is well known as ‘Dollar’ in Ranthambore National Park.
Recently Tigress, T-83 aka Lighting shifting was completed on 12 April, 2019 to Mukundra Hill Tiger Reserve from Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan wildlife.