Sawai madhopur. Bad news came to the notice of wildlife lovers from the Khandar range of Ranthambore in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The carcass of a ten-year-old male tiger T-65 was found lying in water at Kharaya Chata in front of the mango post in Khandar range. The news of the tiger’s carcass spread like fire in Ranthambore. As soon as the information was received, the forest officer of Ranthambore reached the spot and took possession of the carcass of the tiger and transported it to Rajbagh Naka, the city of Sawai Madhopur district headquarters. Where the veterinarians performed the post-mortem of the tiger’s carcass and cremated it in the presence of forest officials, police and administrative officials. According to the information, the forest officials got information about the body of Tiger T-65 lying in Kharaya Chata in front of the common post in Ranthambore’s Khandar range. As soon as the information was received, the forest officers of Ranthambore National Park, CCF TC Verma, DFO Mahendra Sharma, ACF Sanjeev Sharma etc. reached the spot. The tiger’s carcass was pulled out of the water. The carcass of the tiger was captured and taken to the city Rajbagh Naka, where the team of veterinarians of Ranthambore conducted the post-mortem of the tiger’s carcass and took samples for examination. After this, the tiger’s carcass was cremated in the presence of forest officials, police and administrative officials. Ten-year-old male tiger T-65 was the son of tigress T-19, popularly known as Krishna in Ranthambore. Tigress T-19 first gave birth to three cubs in 2012 by pairing with a tiger named T-28 Sitara. There were two males and one female cub. The Forest Department named them as T-63 (female cub), T-64, T-65 (male cub). The ten-year-old son of tigress T-19, male tiger T 65, died. According to Ranthambore’s CCF TC Verma, it looks natural but the exact cause of the death of the tiger will be known only after the post-mortem report comes.