A dominant tiger of Thumka, Bhind and Talada range at Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve area. He roams from Thumka to Chiroli and Anantpura area, occasionally coming up to Kachida Vallay.
He is a first litter of T-30- Husn-Ara (mother). She was popularly known as Mango mother. She roamed between Jail-Kho, Khotala-Kho, Pretdeh and Sikari area. Little is known about her early life. She had given birth to nine cubs in four litters in her life span. She littered one beautiful male cub along with T-20(Jhumru). It is a male tiger who is known as T-33 and his name is Hamir. After grew up as adult, he has separated from their parents and established his territory at Bhind and Talada range at Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. He roams from Thumka to Chiroli and Anantpura area, occasionally coming up to Kachida Vallay. He spends the most of his time at out of tourism area.
Hamir aka T-33 found dead in Chiroli area on 20 September, 2017 by patrolling team. He got territorial fight with T-66 (Male tiger, a third litter of T-13) at Khandar range on 16, Sep.2017. Due to the territorial fight, he got severe injuries at chest, neck and legs. The injured tiger had been under observation by the forest patrolling team. Due to the observation, the forest department gave treatment after tranquillized him at Nayapur Road in the evening on Tuesday. The treatment was given by veterinarian Dr. Rajeev Garg and with his team. After the treatment, Dr. Rajeev Garg said that the tiger was badly injured at chest, neck and legs. So, it took long time for recovery due to the severe injuries at particular one leg. It was really serious matter. After the treatment, the tiger was left in Chiroli area under the observation. To know more, read - Tiger, T-33 aka Hamir no more
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