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RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 03-28-2017

I'm sure they did, they captured a family of tigers killing a 20 year old male Rhino as well, getting them to share the incident though is beyond me, we'd need a contact in the fd.

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 03-28-2017

Mother sloth bear with 2 cubs walking towards a tiger at Bandhavgarh, but after sensing the danger they walkoff in opposite direction.
A very rare encounter.

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 03-29-2017

On Saturday December 6, 2014, tourist visited zone no.3 of the Ranthambore National park in Morning shift. They were very lucky when they had a prized-view of the sighting which could be easily classified as one of the rarest of the rare sights ever seen.

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Raees Alam, skilled driver of the Ranthambhore was driving the tourists’ jeep in the area, suddenly he heard alarm call of spotted deer and sambhar deer, he realized that it is indication of the Tiger’s presence in the area, At the same time he took the safari jeep in the direction of alarm calls and they saw Tigress T 19 or Krishna walking along the dirt track in Park and in her jaws a young leopard apparently killed by her. It was the result of panther’s cub offence which was entering into territory of new Queen of Ranthambore. Even, the back part of the leopard ’cub had been eaten by Tigress. It was around 9 am incident when she was hunt of the leopard ‘cub. She brought and dragged him into the Raj Bag area of the Ranthambore National Park.

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At present, Tigress T 19 with her three cubs has territory and movements in zone no.3 in Ranthambore. Usually tiger and tigress do not like the intrusion of other wild animal in their area. According to sources, Panther‘s cub would be about one year old and he was separated from his mother and entered the Tigress T 19 territory, and it deemed a threat to her cubs and she attacked and killed.

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There were deep wound in the panther throat by tigress. Although it is said and heard many times such incidents have been taken place but the sight was rare. Even the wildlife lovers and photographers do not often get opportunity to capture such images during their Ranthambore Wildlife Tour.

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-03-2017

Tiger family feeding on a kill in Bandhavgarh.

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-04-2017

Tigress hunting a big sambar in Ranthambore. 
A very rare video of a full hunt.

RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 04-04-2017

Vyas Vikrant

A Bone Chilling moment from Ranthambhore National Park...

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-05-2017

Chota Munna (link7) trying to hunt a sambar 

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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-08-2017

Tiger cubs chasing porcupine.

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-10-2017

Tigress hunts a fawn and her 3 cubs plays with it at Pench Tiger reserve.

RE: Tiger Predation - Rage2277 - 04-10-2017

(04-10-2017, 12:34 AM)Apollo Wrote: Tigress hunts a fawn and her 3 cubs plays with it at Pench Tiger reserve.

that's ranthambore for sure..tigress mala t39

RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 04-11-2017

Shaurya Reshamwala

Shivanjhari cub on a Gaur kill -Notice stripes on the left of the picture another cub was sittting and watching

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RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-12-2017

T34 aka Khumba dragging his kill in zone 6 at Ranthambore.
Nice closeup of Khumba showing his massive size.

RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 04-13-2017

Maithili Waishampayan Joshi

Kuwani Female
Dec 2016

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RE: Tiger Predation - Pckts - 04-13-2017

Jeevan Gaikwad

Maya on her second consecutive kill

April 2017, Tadoba

RE: Tiger Predation - Apollo - 04-13-2017

Thats a HUGE MONSTER Boar she tackled.
Keep it up Maya.