• | T-107 Sultana Ranthambhore National Park

    A quite young and bold tigress from Ranthambore National Park. She roams at Dhup-Chok, and Raipur at zone no.1. She might be born around July and August 2016. She is the daughter of T-39. Her mother, Noor aka T-39 is the great mother of Ranthambore. She is the dominant tigress of Singhdwar-Sultanpur-kala -Peela-Pani, Khemcha- Kund, Phootah-Bhanda, kishni ka Deh, Soleshwar, Chuli-Deh and Amareshawar Dang areas of the national Park. She shares her territory with dominant male tiger, T-57 aka Singhsth who is also the well known tiger from Ranthambore. The great mother, T-39 had given her 4th litter including three females around July & August 2016. The 4th litter of T-39 was sighted first time on 8 November 2016 at zone no.1 during Ranthambore safari by nature guide, Shard Sharma. At that time the cubs should be 3 or 4 months old.

    The tigress, Aleph aka T-107 is the 4th litter of T-39. After becoming adult, she has made her territory in zone no.1 while her one sister, T-106 was shifted to Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve on 18 December 2018 & her another sister, T-105 aka Noori has settled down in zone no.2. So, please enjoy your Ranthambore safari in zone no.1.

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    Right Profile of T-107 aka Aleph

    Photo courtesy, Mohan Singh, Ranthambore National Park.

    Left Profile of T-107 aka Aleph

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