Number of tiger cubs in Sariska National Park rises to 14

ALWAR: The number of tiger cubs in the Sariska National Park in Rajasthan''s Alwar district has risen to 14 with the birth of two cubs, an official said.

Number of tiger cubs in Sariska National Park rises to 14

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Alwar, April 29

The number of tiger cubs in the Sariska National Park in Rajasthan's Alwar district has risen to 14 with the birth of two cubs, an official said.             

A tigress named ST-14 has given birth to two cubs, which were first spotted last night in cameras. The cubs are two-months-old, official said.

"It is a good news for us and also for the wildlife enthusiasts. Two cubs were spotted in camera traps," Sariska field director Govind S Bharadwaj said.

The news has come as a respite for authorities of the Sariska National Park after death of ST-11 and ST-5, which went missing in recent past. The park is now home for eight tigress, four tigers and two cubs, officials said. PTI

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