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RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-09-2015

(02-08-2015, 11:33 AM)'GuateGojira' Wrote: Let's confirm it, witht this image of wild nilgais:

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Yes, I think it is a nilgai, which make that picture even more important, as interaction between tigers and nilgais are rare. [img]images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/img]
 

 

I posted one image of a Tigress with a Blue Bull kill but other than that, I have seen very few if at all, none. They are extremely rare.

 


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-09-2015

Digambar ChapleSanctuary Asia Follow · September 30, 2014 ·    
" KILL"
@ Kanha May-2014 . — with Rakesh Agrawal, Sushant Fulzele, Parag Pawar and Sarosh Lodhi.
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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 02-10-2015

Machali chasing a Sambar in 2012


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Tigress chasing a Sambar stag in Telia, Tadoba

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RE: Tiger Predation - shaileshsharadnaik - 02-10-2015

(05-13-2014, 01:32 AM)'Apollo' Wrote: It is a dream for anyone visiting Dhikala, Corbett to witness a tiger in the grasslands. I was fortunate and lucky as well, to watch a young tigress stalk a wild boar in the Dhikala chaur, with the majestic Ramganga and the lovely elephants in the backdrop. The tigress stalked the boar right from the forest's edge till the water's edge. Ultimately the boar escaped... I was happy to capture a few frames..



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This is a very rare snap of a tiger and spotted deer together in a single snap. Usually we don’t find them together in a single shot. When we arrived at the spot, we thought is a normal with the spotted deer loitering in the jungle. But then we recognized that there is tiger behind the bushes. We all were astonished to see him and thought that we would get are first chance to shoot a tiger hunting for his prey. The tiger moved towards the dear….. The situation was very thrilling. We were very surprised to notice that there was no calling, and no chasing. The tiger just passed by the spotted dear just ignoring him. He didn’t even gave it a look, the dear was alert but he somehow knew that he as safe. Then we realized that the tiger might had his stomach full. There is unknown way of communication between the wild animals. We people have many disbelieves about the tiger. The tiger is not cruel, he does not kill every time and everybody who is in front of him. The tiger does not kills unless he is hungry. We go to the jungle with a particular mindset but each time we might not experience the same. It is very challenging to predict things happening in the wild.



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same photo of tiger near deer was taken by us on 24 March 2014 at 6.25 am. this is devdoh tigress which was also with her 4 cubs behind. we were only 2 jeeps to see this, so this must be from the other jeep
 


RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 02-13-2015

Tiger hunting small deer





 


Tiger hunts an injured antelope in Africa







 


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-13-2015

Another one of John Varty's "wild hunts" ^^

Looks like that animal is snared or broken and the tiger is probably captive bred.
More beautiful conservation from the great Jon Varty [img]images/smilies/dodgy.gif[/img]


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-17-2015

Tigress with Large Sambar Stag KillPariksheet DevulapalliTadoba Wild Images 8 hrs ·    
Lunch Time.. Do not disturb !! Kolsa.. — at Tadoba - Andhari Tiger Reserve.

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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 02-18-2015

Kaziranga tigress

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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 02-19-2015

Subadult tigress chasing a spotted deer in Corbett


In the late afternoon, this sub-adult female cub astonishingly emerged itself from the bush thickets; thereby befooling the deer herd and unprepared photographers; chased the deer for 8-10 seconds and changed its target to another deer at once it realised that the deer is out of its reach; but at last both the attempts were failed


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RE: Tiger Predation - Roflcopters - 02-23-2015





Matsgudi male on his gaur kill


RE: Tiger Predation - sanjay - 02-23-2015

From, Russia, Primorye, the Lazovsky reserve Russian Far East, Primorye, Lazo reserve. Amur tiger killed and drag and adult Elk over the top of 2 mt high fencing.

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More of the series.

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Foot print of the killer tiger

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And here is the picture of Amur tiger that killed the elk

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All credit to Russian wildlife photographer Vladimir Medvedev


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-24-2015

(02-23-2015, 12:18 AM)'Roflcopters' Wrote:




Matsgudi male on his gaur kill

 


Opportunistic predation at its finest.
The male has a huge, fresh Gaur kill yet still goes after a small deer.
 


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-25-2015


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 At the time of such a unique and fun and Tadoba
Got to see a rare thing ..
Otherwise too many times to see the tiger while hunting citalanci or sambaraci
Reveals that at the time of the attack .. but four bovine tiger on a ham ... ?
Wanted to see the same scene ..
Bison and four tiger sitting on a ham ..

 A female and her three bachade ..
Ranagavyala full of scratches along the back of his hit
Ran gavayaca call it that .. dhakalana part of the four off ..
.. Then he wanted to see along the trammel four together four of the same ..
This game got fatal submitted nearly two and a half hours ...
At the same rangavyaca a photo ..
Get to see the tiger in the photo turned his attack on ..

Tadoba coal range ..
Chandrapur
January 2015
Sumukh Anil DeshpandeTadoba Wild Images


RE: Tiger Predation - Wanderfalke - 02-25-2015

(02-25-2015, 05:54 AM)'Pckts' Wrote:
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 At the time of such a unique and fun and Tadoba
Got to see a rare thing ..
Otherwise too many times to see the tiger while hunting citalanci or sambaraci
Reveals that at the time of the attack .. but four bovine tiger on a ham ... ?
Wanted to see the same scene ..
Bison and four tiger sitting on a ham ..

 A female and her three bachade ..
Ranagavyala full of scratches along the back of his hit
Ran gavayaca call it that .. dhakalana part of the four off ..
.. Then he wanted to see along the trammel four together four of the same ..
This game got fatal submitted nearly two and a half hours ...
At the same rangavyaca a photo ..
Get to see the tiger in the photo turned his attack on ..

Tadoba coal range ..
Chandrapur
January 2015
Sumukh Anil DeshpandeTadoba Wild Images

 


great example how tough it must be to bring down big bovines. Although equipped with razor sharp claws, heavy/robust builds and the longest canines among big cats, the tiger only seems to have inflicted superficial wounds to this gaur. 
 


RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 02-25-2015

Its tough to interpret but I think the Guar died
"This game got fatal submitted nearly two and a half hours ..."
And this was a attack from a female apparently, but I agree 10000%
Big, bad bovine are probably the hardest game to kill outside of Rhino and Elephant, with Rhino probably being the toughest for a Big cat to kill. IMO