The famous tigress T19 named Krishna of Ranthambore National Park has died. After a long phase of life, the aging tigress T19 breathed her last in the Lakdada forest area of Ranthambore National Park.
File photo of tigress
of Rajasthan Sawai madhopur Sad news has once again come to the fore from Ranthambore National Park. This news is going to hurt wildlife lovers. In fact Ranthambore National Park The famous tigress T19 named Krishna has died. After a long phase of life, the aging tigress T19 breathed her last in the Lakdada forest area of Ranthambore National Park. As per Forest Department Tigress Krishna T 19 She was at her last stage of age. He was 17 years old. This tigress is the daughter of Machli, the famous tigress of Ranthambore National Park.
Tigress T19 has played a very important role in making Ranthambore populated with tigers. Forest officials received information that tigress T 19 was lying dead in Lakdada area of Ranthambore. In such a situation, the forest department officials reached the spot and took the body of the tigress in their possession. After that the body of the tigress was brought to Rajbagh for postmortem. Where the post-mortem of the tigress was done at Rajbagh post in the presence of the medical board.
Tigress T19 had become physically weak
According to the doctors, the tigress had become very weak. Due to old age, the tigress was not even able to hunt for the last few days, due to which the tigress had become very weak physically. Regarding which monitoring of the tigress was also being done by the forest department. The forest officials said that the reason for the death of the tigress was natural. After the postmortem, the dead body of the tigress was duly cremated.
Please inform that 9 cubs from three litters have survived in Ranthambore of the tigress. Tigress Krishna’s daughter T-83 Lightning and T-113 Mukundara were sent to Tiger Hills. Where they are raising a family of tigers. At present mainly the progeny of tigress Krishna T-111, T-112 and tigress T-84 Arrowhead are in Ranthambore. The granddaughter of the tigress is also roaming in Ranthambore.