Overview Arrow Head T84 .In 2011, T-19, a Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve icon, gave birth to three cubs, two boys and one female, as her first litter. T-19 and her first litter were discovered on May 26, 2011 by wildlife guides Saleem and Farid Khan in the Nal Ghati region of Zone 2. They split from their mother (T-19) as adults in 2013 and created their own territory. T-63 refers to a female cub, whereas T-64 and T-65 refer to male cubs.
On Sunday, March 23, 2014, she was sighted for the first time with her second litter of two girls and one male while transferring her pups by holding them in her mouth via her canine one by one by nature guide Ram Singh Meena with U.K. guest Oliver Gayle. She was later seen with her four cubs one day. It was fantastic news since she gave birth to four cubs in her second litter. Unfortunately, she had already lost her one cub. She has since been spotted with her three cubs on a regular basis, and the entire family has become an iconic family since it is the first pick for all wildlife photographers and visitors from across the world.
Arrow head T84 is one of them and has established in zones 2, 3, and 4 (Raj-Bag and Nal-ghati region) of the park, which is also part of her mother’s territory, while T-83 and T-85 are both female and male cubs.
Arrow head T84 aka-first Head’s litter
On 22 February 2018, she was spotted with her two young pups from the first litter.
Arrow head T84 aka Arrow-second Head’s litter
On January 2, 2019, she gave birth to her second brood!
Arrow head T84 nicknamed Arrow-third Head’s litter
On July 23, 2021, she gave birth to her third litter.