BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Photo Story Tigers - Photo Jami Tar­ris

Ran­tham­bore NP, Ra­jasthan, In­dia

Three cubs fol­low their mother into a wa­ter­ing hole. Tigers are mostly soli­tary crea­tures, apart from fe­males rais­ing their young. The big cats typ­i­cally have two to four off­spring ev­ery two years. The young­sters will gain in­de­pen­dence at two years and reach sex­ual ma­tu­rity be­tween the ages of three and five.

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