The video of a fight between two tigers for a tigress in Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is going viral on social media. In this one minute video, the tigress runs away seeing two tigers fighting. One tiger has been identified as T57 and the other as T58.
IFS officer Parveen Kaswan shared the video from his Twitter account on 16 October. He shared the video and wrote that it is a brutal and violent fight between two brothers.
They told that these two tigers were fighting for the T39 tigress. The tigress is named Noor, while T57 is named Simhastha and T58 is named Rocky. Both of them are sons of Sharmili.
Kaswan said that the tiger won the T57 in this battle, but no one was seriously injured in it. It can be seen in the video that when the two tigers are fighting, the tigress Noor runs away.
Photo Credits: https://twitter.com/HJunglebook
A user Harsh told that he was present at the place of occurrence. The video of this incident was made by one of the guides. He told that the fight between those two tigers did not happen for tigress Noor. A tiger accidentally fell on another sleeping tiger, due to which the two started fighting. Harsh has also shared the photo of the fight between those two tigers.
Another user Dilip Kumar has written that the maximum number of tigers in Ranthambore National Park is 50, while 71 are currently living. In such a situation, fighting between tigers is normal. They go to the villages and also to the surrounding tribal areas and attack animals and people, which leads to their death. He has written to Parveen Kaswan raising this matter, please consider this serious issue.
watch video from here https://twitter.com/ParveenKaswan/status/1184435552931631104