I think many zoochatters already seen it, a few days ago, many articles saying a picture of a black tiger had been taken in the Orissa state, India. Many articles said that the photo was taken in "Nandankanan Sanctuary" and said the black tiger in the photos was a wild tiger, but I'm sure that tiger was a male tiger named "Krishna," at "Nandankanan Zoological Park" in Orissa state. To compare between the concrete under the tiger in the photos in the articles with the outer part of the tiger enclosure at the Nandankanan Zoological Park, it even more certain. Video of the tiger enclosure of Nandankanan Zoological Park Anyway, after I seen these articles, I wondered about the number of black tigers in zoos in India. Three years ago, I had collected data on these black tigers, and the number of black tigers that I could confirm were in zoos in India at that time was as follows. Arigna Anna Zoological Park: 1 male unknown name male: Born June 6, 2010, white and black coat. Reference: White tiger cub turns black in Chennai Zoo | Chennai News - Times of India Nandankanan Zoological Park: 2 male Krishna: Born July 28, 2014, orange and black coat, brother of Subhranshu. Subhranshu: Born July 28, 2014, white and black coat, brother of Krishna. Reference: Black-striped duo lures visitors - OrissaPOST And this time, after hearing about the black tiger after a long time, I gathered information again, so I could find this information: some articles said two new black tigers being born on January 30 last year at Arigna Anna Zoological Park, and also find an article said Nandankanan zoological Park unveiled two new black tigers late last year. That the number of black tigers born or disclosed in Arigna Anna and Nandankanan was the same, so I was wondering if the tigers born in Arigna anna were moved to Nandankanan, but I am not sure because it is difficult to find information. In addition, some articles recently reported in Korea said black tigers was born in Nandankanan in 2016 and 2017, which is even more confusing. So, I'd like to get some help with this. Any zoochatters who lives in India or knows about black tigers in India zoos, I would appreciate it if you could give me some information about this topic.