Raising adrenaline levels of all fauna fanatics, Jaipur's Jhalana Leopard Reserve became the setting for some rare snapshots on Sunday. As per reports, a leopardess was spotted with her three cubs at Khan Area of the reserve's zone 1. Reports state that the creature has given birth to 13 cubs and now, the total count of leopards in the ecologically sensitive region stands at 38. It is noteworthy that Leopardess Cleopatra was also witnessed at the Galta Forest a short time back.
Officials scale up safety and security measures at the park
In view of the repetitive appearances of the wildlife creatures at the reserve, the authorities have augmented the security and safety measures. Reportedly, the leopardess and her kids were seen drinking water at the pool during the daytime and night. Some of these pictures have gone viral on social media platforms, attracting the eyes of wildlife lovers across the country.
Given the suitable environment at Jhalana, leopards easily adapt to surrounding conditions and thrive in this habitat. As per reports, multiple births have been observed here in the past two years, testifying to the suitable circumstances for the progression of leopard families.
Leopardess Cleopatra seen after 2 years at Galta Forest
With the help of multiple cameras, Leopardess Cleopatra was spotted at the Galta Forest after two years, on June 13. She went missing in 2019 when was just three years old. It was through a focused examination of nearly 10,000 photographs that her presence was confirmed. You can read more about it by clicking here!