Mumbai Female tigers of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park refuse to mingle with new male member

  • | Friday | 11th September, 2020

While Sultan — the male tiger was brought to Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) from Nagpur with an intention to boost tiger population, the move has not been successful as all four female tigers in the park don't allow Sultan near them. As a result, SNGP authorities have now approached Nagpur's Gorewada Zoo for a new male tiger. Read: Coronavirus Outbreak: African lion cubs make first appearance at Hyderabad Zoo"There are total of four female tigers at SGNP. Last month we wrote to Gorewada zoo demanding one more tiger to SGNP," a Forest Department official said. At present, there are total of five captive Royal Bengal Tigers at SGNP, from which four are female and one male — Sultan.

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