Krishna was born to the Legendary Tigress, Machhli (T-16), back in 2006. She was a part of Machhli's last litter comprising of three Females, Sundari (T17) , T18 and Krishna (T-19)
She was the shyest of them all and was infrequently seen between 2008 and 2011, as her sister Sundari (T17) defeated their mother and began ruling over the Lake area (Zone-3). T18 was eventually shifted to Sariska Tiger Reserve and Sundari (T17) went missing in 2012. Post that, Krishna became the Lady of the Lakes.
She is a very shy Tigress and doesn't enjoy the company of tourist vehicles as much as her Mother and Sisters did.
She gave up her Lakes Territory of Zone-3 to her daughter, Arrowhead (T-84) in 2016-17. Arrowhead is currently raising a litter of Two.
Krishna is currently raising a Litter of three ( 2 Males and 1 Female ) in Semli, Bakola, Jamundeh areas ( Zone-4 and Zone-5 )
No need to say though, but she herself is a Legendary Tigress.
This is one of the tigers at Australia Zoo I forgot his name because I took this a while ago but just a stunning animal.
Tiger's are absolutely beautiful creatures and its really sad that they get hunted because of "folk remedies" or purely for a status symbol. Thankfully we have breeding programs in zoo's and people doing their part to protect these animals. #savetigers#glasseye#tiger#australiazoo
Unique photo of a unique group of tigers - consisting of one male, two female tigers and two cubs.
Tigers are solitary animals and don’t live in groups. Why this group was formed, is unknown.
It is expected that the male tiger will depart the group soon. What is interesting, is what the other female will do. . . . 🐯 . . .
Read more on our website: www.iamatigeradvocate.org.
Different moods of the tigers captured by our in house wildlife photographer @lulua_82 😊
we managed to sight a record 13 tigers during the wildlife trip organised to Bandhavgarh and Kanha Tiger reserve!