Ranthambore National Park, Center of Attraction, Machli Passed Away
The wave of sorrowfulness raised in India when world’s most famous, photographed and eldest tigress Machli dies on Thursday, August 18 in Ranthambore National Park. Millions of her fans are sad to hear this news and paying tribute and giving respect on social media for the queen of Ranthambore National Park.
She used to call queen of Ranthambore. She was 19 years old and got the named Machli due to a symbol of fish spotted on her left side of face. She was the biggest point of attraction for the tourists visiting Ranthambore National Park.
Machli was a fighter and known for her physical strength. She featured in many wildlife documentaries and came in limelight when her real encounter with a huge crocodile was caught in camera.
As per park’s officials, it was a natural death related to her age. She had left her meal in days and seemed to be weak. We were trying to give her treatment but could not save.