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How Many Tigers In Tadoba: Popular Tigers of Tadoba

                 Tadoba Andhari National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Chandrapur district of Vidarbha division in the Indian state of Maharashtra.  It is one of the largest and oldest national parks created in 1955  in the state.

               It is also one of India’s 28 Project Tiger Reserve. The National Park is 623 km  in area, consisting of two forested rectangles of the Tadoba and Andhari range.

         In the famous Tadoba forest, the total number of tigers is always a question to be asked, while there are many wildlife in this forest besides the tiger.

Wildlife found in the Tadoba forest

                   Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in India is home to many animals, including: Royal Bengal tigers, Indian leopards, gaur, small Indian civet, jungle cats, sambar, barking deer, Indian pangolins , chital, chausingha, honey badger, sambar, wild boar, porcupines, common langurs, flying squirrel, chinkara, blue bull, sloth bears and wolf.

                     Tadoba is home to a wide variety of reptiles, including marsh crocodiles and threatened Indian pythons.  With  195  species of birds and  74 species of butterflies, Tadoba offers an unparalleled wildlife experience.

how many tigers in tadoba

According to the 2023 Phase  reports , the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) has 44 male and 47 female tigers.

                    The goal of any major national flying safari is to see the Royal Bengal Tiger..When you’re in an open gypsy and all of a sudden you see that tiger, your chest beats a lot (you’ll take a deep breath). So what is the tiger population of these tigers in the city?  According to the 2018  Tiger Census, there are an estimated  population of 88 tigers along with numerous other animals.

                           According to the 2023 Phase  reports , the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) has 44 male and 47 female tigers. The park also has 151 leopards and over 300 other species of wildlife. The Tadoba  is the most populated tiger reserve in India.

What to Expect Tadoba Safari

                    Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) has dense forest. And when you enter this dense forest, everyone wants to see the tiger.But your luck is important to see these tigers. Even after doing two gypsy safaris a day, no one gets to see the tiger. But that’s what sometimes if luck is good, you’ll see a tiger right away. Also, the guide who is with you plays an important role in this.A good guide who has experience of the forest. He knows where the tiger is now. Then he will see the tiger as you want it.

Maya-

   Maya Known as the “Queen of Tadoba” and a crowd-puller, Maya is known for her bravery and bold attitude. She is often seen near tourist jeeps.

Matkasur-

           Matkasur is the present king of Tadoba and most dominant tiger in the jungle. The young and well-built tiger has been able to protect the cubs as well as Maya from various threats

Gabbar or Scarface –

  Gabbar is another most popular and ferocious male tiger of Tadoba. Gabbar is also one of the ex-mates of Maya, and they were both referred to as the ‘beauty and the beast’ of Tadoba.

Choti Tara-

 Choti Tara, One of the OG Tiger queen of Tadoba. The tigress has given birth to around two litters and is generally seen walking in the forest along with her cubs.

Bajrang-

established his own empire over a large area of this tiger reserve.

 This tiger with a healthy physique is the pride of Tadoba and has established his own empire over a large area of this tiger reserve.  In 2015, when no tiger was dominant in Moharli, ‘Bajrang’  suddenly reached there.

Shivaji-

     A handsome tiger of Tadoba, Shivaji is regarded as the son of Waghdoh, the dominant male tiger known for its huge size. 

Chota Matka.

          Chota Matka is a powerful large tiger from the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra. It is the ruler of the Navegaon Ramdega buffer zone. 

 Madhuri-

Madhuri was a legendary tigress in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve She was the mother of more than 24 cubs and was known as the “old queen of Tadoba”. Madhuri was famous for her duo with Wagdoh,

Sonam-

She is known for her striking appearance and fierce nature. Sonam is the daughter of Madhuri, the former tiger queen of Tadoba, and Wagdoh, 

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