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Large male tigers from India (Videos Only)

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Here you go @Pckts Link 7 sure is huge 



 



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@Haymaker

It took me a while to delete your crap in this thread.
I guess you are better off sticking to youtube..
Stop posting crap and off topic stuff.
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@Haymaker  is been banned for a week, for reasons clearly known to everyone.
I hope when he returns he respects the forum rules and stop repeating the same crap.
If not it will be a permanent ban next time.


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Monster Matkasur from Tadoba.
Damn he is HUGE.




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Huge Pench male tiger! Who is this giant? 



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Thats Raiyakassa aka Sula from Pench.
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Gopinath Kollur

Injured Katezari Male.
March, 2015





Was this after his fight with Saturn?
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that was after a fight with Gabbar on August/2014. 

here's Gabbar after that fight, he was seen limping and upper shoulders had minor gash wounds.


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Katezari's injuries from the fight, injured nose and a slight limp as you can see in the video.
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Corbett tiger,



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For those who those don't understand hindi...The last jeep got stuck in a pothole full of mud!!!
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Few WOW videos of them charging... (D best 1 was tad annoying though)















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Bajrang from Kanha. He is the brother of Bheema.




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A wonderful sightings of Raiyakassa, Male tiger
This evening safari
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He's one of my favorite tigers of all time
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