The tigress, T-84 Arrow head is one of them and has settled down in zone no. 2, 3, and 4 (Raj-Bag and Nal-ghati region) of the recreation area that is additionally important for her mom’s region, while the both female and male whelps are known as T-83 and T-85.
A symbol of Ranthambhore National Park – T-19 or Krishna brought forth 3 offspring as her first litter of two guys and one female in the year 2011. T-19 with her first litter was spotted on 26 May 2011 essentially guides, Saleem and Farid Khan at Nal Ghati region in zone no. 2. After grew up as grown-ups, they had isolated from their mom (T-19) in 2013 and set up their own region. A female fledgling is known asT-63, while the both male offspring are known as T-64 and T-65.
On Sunday 23 March 2014, she was spotted with her second litter of two females and one male first time while she was moving her offspring by holding them in her mouth through her canine individually essentially guide Ram Singh Meena with U K visitor Oliver Gayle. After that one day she was located with her four offspring. It was incredible news since she gave four whelps in her subsequent litter. Sadly, T-84 Arrow head had lost her one whelp soon. After that she has been located with her 3 offspring routinely and entire family became notorious family since it is the best option for each untamed life picture takers and travelers from everywhere the world.
First litter of T-84 otherwise known as Arrow-Head
T-84 was located with her two minuscule fledglings in the primary litter on 22 February 2018.
Second litter of T-84 otherwise known as Arrow-Head
T-84 gave her second litter on 2 January 2019!
Third litter of T-84 otherwise known as Arrow-Head
T-84 gave her third litter on 23 July 2021.