Tigress and Cubs Hunt Crocodile in Seldom Seen Video at Ranthambore National Park

The stunning scenery of Rajasthan’s Ranthambore National Park provides an ideal setting for seeing a wide variety of birds and animals. Ranthambore is one of the best places in India to see tigers and is well-known for being one of the original Project Tiger reserves. A video that captured the amazing sight of a famous tigress called Riddhi and her three kids in Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve, pursuing a crocodile, went viral recently.

Officials from the national park said that the crocodile died on April 14 in Zone 3 of the region. Supervisors of the national park posted a video of the tigers devouring a crocodile on Instagram on April 15. When it initially opens, two tigers are shown resting close to the hunted reptile and devouring it. It was an amazing sight to see the two tigers rip the crocodile’s flesh with their razor-sharp teeth.

“On Sunday, April 14, 2024, in zone 3, Rathgambhore’s renowned tigress Riddhi and her three cubs hunted a crocodile,” the caption on the photo said.

More than 26,000 people watched the video on the social networking site.

“Only Machli’s lineage has the courage to serve their cubs this gourmet meal,” a commenter said.

Riddhi’s grandmother is said to have previously killed a 14-foot-long crocodile, according to Free Press Journal. “This is the first time we’re seeing tigers feeding on a crocodile,” said a different person.

“Machli’s legacy lives on,” another commenter said.

Tigress Riddhi and her pups were previously seen enjoying a good time. In the video, a mother tigress is seen swimming in the water with her child, who seems quite happy and ready to follow her. Later in the video, two more cubs can be seen entering the scene and coming up to their mother.

“Family Splash Time: Tigress Riddhi and Cubs Cooling Off in the Water Pit” was the caption that went with the photo.

Machli, Riddhi’s great-grandmother, used to rule the area where it is often seen wandering. Riddhi was born after four generations of tigresses, and since then, people have likened her talents and mannerisms to those of Machli.

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