India ... Rajasthan ... Redeployment ...


India ... Rajasthan ... Redeployment ...
In Rajasthan, as part of a rebalancing of large cats from areas of excessive density to insufficiently populated areas, 3 tigers will be transferred from the Ranthambore reserve to the Mukundra reserve in December. The Times of India, TNN, today. Mukundra reserve to get three tigers by December.
Because of its isolation, the population of Ranthambore is characterized by high genetic poverty, in contrast to those in Central India where habitats are widely connected, facilitating gene flow and enriching it. Interregional connections are more crucial than ever to the prosperity or decline of Indian tigers over the next 15 years. The Hindu yesterday. Aathira Perinchery. "Habitat connectivity crucial for tigers."
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