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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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quite unusual indeed, I have never come across a male tiger that actually preyed on full grown rhinos. that's almost unheard of. just imagine the risk factor involved, too much to loose and the risk of injury is just not worth it and doing that feat twice. Amazing. I remember Steve Winter said he sighted his biggest male ever on a rhino kill! I believe this was the picture, it's a couple years old from Kaziranga, apparently the male fed on it and later he let his female and cubs join the feast. 




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judging by the picture, rhino's horn is missing and this rhino was most likely killed by poachers.
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T-17(munna).2013

Kanha tiger reserve.

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Another shot from Ranthambore in end March 17, T-19 male tiger, what I liked apart from reflection is the Crocodile nicely at mirage. Liked the composition...!
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