| T-72 Sultan Ranthambhore National Park
Tiger, T-72, a quite young and bold sub adult tiger of zone no.1, 2 and 6. His territory was extended from Singhdwar-Sultanpur-kala Peela Pani-Khemcha Kund- Phootah Bhanda-kishni ka Deh-Soleshwar, Chuli Deh and Amareshawar Dang areas of the tiger reserve.
He was born in May 2012 and his name is Sultan (Given the name by Bina Kak - lives in Sultanpur area) His mother, T-39/ Noor had given her first litter of one male father by tiger, T-24 , Conservator/ Ustaad. He was first sighted on 21 May 2012 by nature guide, Pankaj Jain with regular guest Milind Valawalkar in zone no.1.
He used his parent’s territory and often seen with his mother, T-39 and occasionally with his father, T-24 in Sultanpur area, the south west part of park.
After grew up as sub adult, he had separated from his mother, T-39 in January 2015 and moved out of the park in May 2015. Eventually he was reported in Kela-Devi sanctuary on 14 August 2015 in camera trap.
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T-72's Recent Sightings at Ranthambhore National Park
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