Two new Tiger cubs sighted at Panna
After the tragedy of the loss of all of Panna's tigers to poaching it is gratifying to learn that one of the relocated tigress's at the reserve has given birth to a third litter of two cubs. Now the population of relocated tigers including those that have since been born at the reserve has grown to thirty two. Let us all hope that with proper protection the present tiger population will survive and be able to increase their numbers further. See link below to read the story in the Hitavada.