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Overspill of tigers into Kailadevi points to overpopulation at Ranthambhore

Overpopulation of tigers at Ranthambhore has led to territorial disputes between tigers that are now searching for space in the adjoining Kailadevi wildlife reserve which has an area of approximately 676 2 tiger cubs were recently born  to tigress T.92 and sired by a well known male tiger  known as 'Sultan' who formerly migrated from the Sultanpur area of Ranthambhore when he was threatened by another tiger. The Vindhya hill zone where the tigers now live comprise of forest scrub having isolated water supplies and rocky terrain with slopes, ravines and cave like depressions.  Banyan and peepal trees offer huge shade and shelter to the tigers. More on this story can be read by following the link below:-