(a) The narrator and the others watched with rapt attention as the Goshri tigers, mother and three cubs visited the waterhole.
(b) Harsh and Poonam Dhanwatey had dedicated their lives to the cause of protecting and saving the tigers in and around Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra from extinction.
(c) Before taking up the cause of tigers the Dhanwateys were thriving from interior design business.
(d) The waterhole is referred to as a magnet because all animals in the reserve depended on it for their survival.
(e) The narrator had gone to the Tiger Reserve to set up a Community Conservation Reserve, one of the first in Central India.
(f) The meeting with Dr. Ullas Karanth and Valmik Thapar changed the lives of the Dhanwatevs.
(g) The Dhanwatevs discovered the secrets of the forest by living in a small hut which was their field camp, near the Tadoba Lake and walking the paths, learning about the forest wildlife.
(h) TRACT stands for Tiger Research and Conservation Trust, the non-governmental organization launched by the Dhanwatevs.
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