Ranthambore National Park #wildlife

Ranthambore National Park #wildlife



Lions, tigers, bears, oh my! A video from Ranthambore National Park in India is making the rounds online with an intense interaction between a tiger and a black bear! The big cat is seemingly enjoying an afternoon stroll on a path in the jungle when the bear approaches from behind. 



One of Northern India’s largest and most well-known national parks is Ranthambore. The park is situated around 80 miles from Jaipur in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeast Rajasthan. Previously recognized as one of the finest and beautiful landscapes in the world, the Ranthambore National Park is now a prominent wildlife tourism site that has drawn the curiosity of many people, the former domain of the Maharajas of Jaipur is beloved by enthusiasts and aficionados.


It’s not the most common for bears and tigers to share the same habitat. Anything unfamiliar to them could be a threat, and thus, they’re ready to attack. There have been many tales of tigers feeding on brown bears and Asiatic black bears, but it appears that the connection between the two was more complicated than that. There have also been reports of bears attacking tigers. 



Ranthambore National Park #wildlife

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