You have never seen Bindiya, Lado, Phuli, Jasmine’s gravel houses and their children’s pranks in the Chambal river, nor are you going to hear their names like this. Along with their reproduction, photos recognizable by their names have come to the fore. After breeding, how do babies come out of the eggs and reach their mother in the water. Bhaskar kept an eye on the nesting points for 40 days and the sight of the baby alligators coming out of the eggs is captured in the camera by Bhaskar.
In Rajasthan, 60 km away from the famous Karauli district headquarter, which is known as alligators, more than 45 breeding sites on both the banks of Chambal river passing through the border of Rajasthan and MP, hatch together from eggs and hatch into Chambal’s lap. had gone. alligators were breeding in about 25 ghats in 5 ranges including Etawah, Dholpur, Kesoraypatan, Palighat, and Mandrayal in the border of Rajasthan. Although Pali is the favourite area of alligators from Kesoray Patan to Etawah, Dholpur in UP, but Divya Ghamoos Ghat in Karauli district and Samauna Ghat of Dholpur have become a unique breeding centers. Children of crocodiles are born from eggs in the figure of thousands on the banks of the Chambal river. Not only alligators but also the breeding of crocodile children have been found on the banks of the Chambal river. These days, in the number of thousands, the children of alligators are seen wooing. The cries of these children have made the officers of the Chambal Century happy.
Thousands of alligators born in 400 km: Thousands of baby alligators have been born in the Chambal river, spread over an area of about 400 km from Kasorai Patan to Dholpur. At present, hundreds of alligators are seen at these alligators’ breeding centres. With international assistance, in the year 1975, efforts were launched to save the alligators and crocodiles under the special programme. Efforts are also being made to conserve rare species of alligators in the Chambal river flowing in MP and Rajasthan. These days, newborn babies will be able to easily see the children of alligators crawling on the sand on the banks of the Chambal river and sitting on the back of the female alligators. For their safety, forest guards Vikram Singh, Ganpat Chaudhary, Ghadil Volunteers Mahesh Meena, and Suresh Meena are engaged in monitoring their nesting points at Chambal ghats in the Karanpur area.