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RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-06-2014

Himalayan tigers would be much bigger 

You think so? They are just so hard to spot. I just recently saw images of Pakka Reserve tigers and they look huge. Have you seen southern indian tigers? 

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Ya? I'll look out for pakka... There are nice lodges everywhere and also outside the reserve in corbett but better to stay inside the park in corbett! Very cheap but no luxury or amenities and simple food , however nothing like the park anywhere else 

Raja looks extremely tall and very strong, I keep hearing they are smaller than Other tigers, but he looks plenty large to me. 
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No have not but lots of friends in the south 
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Yes I felt the same but no concrete evidence on size and weight to compare Wow, you really are making me want to go to Corbett now. It wasnt even on my radar Indeed, Raja, Ram and their Father Agasytha were all so impressive on film. Especially the gaur kill by raja. He is becoming one of my favorite tigers to see.


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-06-2014

Only in corbett 
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       Holy cow. That is beautiful! 
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Very hard to get booking inside for corbett that's why it not on many peoples radar and not many have seen inside Great info Kanwar. I really appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions. It means a lot. I will definitely stay in touch and be speaking to you about booking in the near future. If you ever have any questions about the US or want to visit. I can recommend great areas for you as well.  


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-06-2014

(09-06-2014, 07:36 AM)'tigerluver' Wrote: Pckts, could you please ask him about variation in size across the parks? I wonder if eye witness accounts support the data that there isn't much difference in the Bengal form.

 
He was very adement that Corbett and Kaziranga have the largest Tigers. Most other areas have large tigers like he has mentioned, but none compare to Kaziranga or Corbett. As well as he specifically mentions the coat color as being lighter there as well. 

I also found it very interesting that he said Himalayan Tigers are the largest.
 


RE: Tiger Predation - sanjay - 09-06-2014

Great info, pckts, try if he can join the forum itself.


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-06-2014

Alright, I just asked him.
When I asked Amit, he was a little apprehensive and then he saw his images and was very surprised. I told him that we always try to give credit to the photographers. Let make sure that we continue, they work so hard and the least we can do is give credit where its do. 
Its been great having Vijay here, and the more naturalists that would post, the better. That is for sure. 
 


RE: Tiger Predation - sanjay - 09-06-2014

Yes, True words. Photographers and original content owners should get all the credits.

Pckts, ask them, if they are not happy to have their photos here, We will remove them.
You can leave message to Amit or anyone else saying that we will remove any images, if they do not want.


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-06-2014

Amit didnt have a problem with it, he was just surprised.
The reason he wasn't a fan of the forum from the old days, once I sent him to this forum, he searched through the entire B2 and Tiger tread and the Tiger directory thread. I just think Amit wasn't to into the whole Forum thing. But to each their own.
I sent Kanwar the tiger directory link, he said he will check it out. I think Kanwar may be more open to joining from talking to him.
I think they like having their photos here, it helps bring them more notority. We just need to make sure to credit them on top of it, just my opinion.


RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 09-12-2014

Tiger from Kanha







RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-15-2014

It looks like the tiger wants to show off its prize.


RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 09-17-2014

Tiger with gaur


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Indochinese tiger with gaur kill

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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 09-17-2014

Tiger feeding on gaur kill


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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 09-21-2014

 Two Month Old Rhino Calf attacked by a Tiger


 
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A two months old injured Rhino recovered from Daphlong Forest Camp under Bagari Forest Division in Kaziranga last night. A tiger attack the rhino in the flood effected area of Kaziranga National Park, but the forest guard of Park recovered the rhino and Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain take neccessary inisative to treated the rhino in rescue centre. About 90% of land under Kaziranga National Park under the flood. The animals goes to the National Highway for shelter. picture by Hemanta Kumar Na  




http://photos.merinews.com/newPhotoLanding.jsp?imageID=1785 

 


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 09-23-2014


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RE: Tiger Predation - sanjay - 09-23-2014

Rare footage...


RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 10-07-2014