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RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 06-28-2018

(06-28-2018, 10:06 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: It would be interesting to find out the weights of all the cubs (all less than 3 years), Satkosia will be revived back to its glory days with the help from Bandhavgarh, Panna and Kanha. this will be a perfect blend of genes, very excited for this. Tfs

no pench genes? dam..


RE: Bigcats News - Pckts - 06-29-2018

(06-28-2018, 11:49 PM)Rage2277 Wrote:
(06-28-2018, 10:06 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: It would be interesting to find out the weights of all the cubs (all less than 3 years), Satkosia will be revived back to its glory days with the help from Bandhavgarh, Panna and Kanha. this will be a perfect blend of genes, very excited for this. Tfs

no pench genes? dam..

They still have a few more tigers to translocate, a pench tiger will be shifted as well.


RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 06-29-2018

(06-29-2018, 12:09 AM)Pckts Wrote:
(06-28-2018, 11:49 PM)Rage2277 Wrote:
(06-28-2018, 10:06 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: It would be interesting to find out the weights of all the cubs (all less than 3 years), Satkosia will be revived back to its glory days with the help from Bandhavgarh, Panna and Kanha. this will be a perfect blend of genes, very excited for this. Tfs

no pench genes? dam..

They still have a few more tigers to translocate, a pench tiger will be shifted as well.

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if they're gonna get a female from pench should go with baras daughter of durga and khursapur male same age as mv2..she apparently has had several clashes with her mother already for lingering around


RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 06-30-2018

Bandavgarh Tigress Reaches Odisha’s Satkosia To Befriend Kanha Tiger
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Angul: The Royal Bengal Tiger (MB-2) brought from Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh to Satkosia Tiger Reserve in Odisha is all set to meet its new companion, a 27-month-old tigress named ‘Sundri’ from Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, who reached in Raigoda here on Thursday evening.
The tigress was tranquilised and brought in a special vehicle with the support of Madhya Pradesh  forest department. Officials and experts from Wildlife Institute of India have also accompanied the tigress.
In a first of its kind in India, the tigers were translocated as a part of inter-state re-introduction of tigers, following the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) guidelines.
“The tigress weighed 135 kgs and is in good health. She will be kept in a special enclosure next to Kanha tiger’s enclosure. After consulting the wildlife experts, both the tigers will be released to the wild,” said Suresh Mohapatra, Forest and Environment Dept secretary.
This inter-state tiger relocation is a part of joint project Union Environment ministry, NTCA and WII. Further, four more tigers from different tiger reserves of Madhya Pradesh will be relocated to Odisha.
Meanwhile, forest officials have said that the Royal Bengal Tiger brought from Kanha is healthy and two groups are keeping a close eye on the activities of the fenile through a radio collar.



RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 07-01-2018

Bandhavgarh Tigress Settling down; Hunted Wild bore in Satkosia


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 Angul,June 29(The Fast Mail):--The two and two months old tigress, which was translocated from Manpur Range of Bandhavgarh tiger reserve of Madhyapradesh has shown all signs of settling down in Satkosia Tiger Reserve(STR),officials said.
"The tigress, weighing around 134kg  has a length  of  8 1/2 feet (nose to tail) and  has shown all sign of settling down in the enclosure. The tigress  hunted a wild boar, at about 2am after it got released into the enclosure at 9.30pm Thursday", said Sudarshan Panda, the Field director,STR said.
Panda said, "The tiger will be Kept in the enclosure for close monitoring of the physical and psychological status of the animal before it is released in the wild. The condition of the  tigress is now satisfactory. The physical and psychological condition of the tigress will be monitored on 24x7 basis through CCTV cameras installed in the specialized enclosure".
The animal was tranquilized in the afternoon of 27th and started her journey to Satakosia Via-Shaadol, Amarkarnatak, Sereipali, Baragarh,Sambalpur and Rairakhol.It reached Satakosia tiger reserve at 6pm after travelling a distance of about 780 km, ,Panda said .
The tigress was brought through a specialized vehicle of Madhya Pradesh accompanied by Veterinary Doctor from Madhya Pradesh along with their Team Dr. K. Ramesh,Senior Scientist, Wildlife institute of india, Dehradun and his Team and the Asst. Conservator of Forest, Satakosia Wildlife Division and Veterinary Doctor of Satakosia and field staff.
 The  female tiger after translocation was released in a specially designed enclosure at 9.30 pm,June 29 in presence of Dr. Sudarsan Panda, Addl. Principal chief Conservator of Forest, Angul,   S.Md.t. Rahman, DFO, Satakosia Wildlife Division,  Katthik V.Dfo,Angul Division ,  Raj Kishor Swain, ACF, Satakosia Wildlife Division Dr. Ramesh of Wll, Dehradun Provided all technical assistance  for translocation of the tigress.
Earlier,on June 21, one male tiger aged about 3 year had been brought from Kanha Tiger Reserve to Satakosia Tiger Reserve. The MB-2 tiger has already eaten three wild bores tillnow.The rest of the two pair of  tigers will be relocated to Satakosia Tiger Reserve in different phases later,he said. 


[color=#000000][size=medium] The translocation and supplementation of tigers in Satakosia is  in the first of its kind in the world where two different States are involved in the NTCA driven Project in the conservation history of India.
All the arrangements for release of tiger were made by  Ghanashyam Mahanta, ACF incharge of Raigoda Range and his staff. The tiger was radio collared at the time of capture by Dr. K. Ramesh, Senior Scientist of Wildlife, Institute of India, Dehradun.
The Field Director said:"The help and assistance received from Chief Wildlife Warden, Madhya Pradesh & from Sri Mridul Pathak, Field Director, Bandhavgarh & his staff, National Tiger Conservation of Odisha Authority New Delhi ; Wildlife institute  of India, Dehradun and Government of Odisha are thankfully acknowledged".


RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 07-01-2018







RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 07-02-2018

jaya died two days ago..they say she was killed in a territorial fight with another tiger..one of her daughters is said to be the culprit..not much on the event as yet


RE: Bigcats News - Roflcopters - 07-02-2018

damn rip Jaya, another legendary tigress gone.


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The Tiger Legends. #TigerLegends

The death of Gladiator of Bandhavgarh
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Rajbhera tigress II (aka Jaya) is the daughter of the Jhurjhura female (aka Durga) born along with Bhagoda and Kankati sr. Jhurjhura female mated with Bokha for this litter. She is the direct descendant of a very precious line of Bandhavgarh that’s expounded below.

Sita > Hardia > Rajbhera I > Jhurjhura > Rajbhera II.

The new Rajbhera queen is very bold and valiant, hence her name Jaya, the victorious. She drove both her mother, the Jhurjhura female and her sister Kankati out of the territories, then managing vast areas incl. Chakradhara, Rajbhera and Serai meadows that were previously ruled by two different tigress queens; half the territory was ruled by Mohini (daughter of Sita) and the other was ruled by Rajbhera I. Rajbhera-I mated with B3 (brother of the famous B2) and delivered a single litter consisting of Jhurjhura tigress.

*(Jhurjhura female died in an accident caused by a gypsy inside the tourist zone, when she was raising her 6-month-old cubs from Bokha. Kankati sr. was notorious for the only recorded cannibalism event in documented history, when she killed and fed on the Chorbehra or Langdi tigress. Ofcourse, Kankati too later died in another territorial fight).

Rajbhera's first litter included Solo-another huge tigress, Kankati Jr, the Dhamokhar female and Bhagoda male. Solo mated with Mangu and delivered two cubs, that perished later. Kankati Jr. mated with Mr. X and delivered two male and one female cubs, who were orphaned when she was infamously poached. Dhamokhar female has a litter of three cubs, in the buffer area, while Bhagoda hasn’t been spotted in a long time.

Rajbhera female gave birth to a second litter that consisted of three males and one female. The males haven’t been spotted in a while, and the female died early on under dubious conditions. When Rajbhera had her second litter, Solo drove away her mom and is commanding atleast half the previous territory that Rajbhera used to enjoy.

At close to 12 years of age, Rajbhera tigress was a legend, commanded a huge chunk of one of the prime and prey rich areas. She's known for her hunting skills and rearing abilities (and her least dependence on cattle, that creep into the porous zones of Bandhavgarh).

She succumbed to injuries inflicted in a territorial fight with Spotty/Solo. Rajbhera II was making inroads in Spotty’s territory (of late) and that seemed to be the end for her, particularly after her recent struggle to survival, when she was fed (assisted), by the department, after some fatal injuries from previous territorial fight/hunt a few months ago.

She was last seen at Batan area, day before y'day, grievously injured and could have possibly died during the treatment, from the fatal injuries.

She now disappeared like the titular Gladiator - Maximus into the Rajbhera and Sehra meadows that she used to rule like a queen.

P.S. I and dear late Raj ji used to have countless discussions on Rajbhera female and her family. Much information here has been provided by him during those discussions.

The images of the mortal remains have been shared on whatsapp, and giving the credits to that person, while my image of the tigress was from Sehra meadows in early 2016.



here is the tigress that killed her, blue eyes’s daughter aka Spotty


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Spotty with Mangu


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the pair


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RE: Bigcats News - Rage2277 - 07-02-2018

onward to rebirth mighty soul..so spotty is mangu's lady and her sis dotty is bheem's lady..interesting..that vid i posted a little while back was spotty and mangu


RE: Bigcats News - Jeffrey - 07-05-2018


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South Africa: Four lions and two cubs poisoned and beheaded before having their paws cut off for black magic rituals

Predator park owner Christa Saayman was left horrified after six of her lions were brutally butchered for their body parts to be used in black magic rituals.

Poachers hacked the heads and paws off four fully grown lions and also killed two cubs.

... The South African Police Service who are investigating said the suspects threw chickens heavily laced with poison over the electric fences to kill the six lions.

Full story at https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/four-lions-two-cubs-poisoned-12835667

#SouthAfrica #Africa #lions #poaching


RE: Bigcats News - Spalea - 07-06-2018

About #1410:

Quite disgusting, sickening ! At the first humanity ages, the men had to protect themselves against the big cats. At the last age, now, we must intensively protect the big cats.

But this is a desesperate struggle. The african continent doubles its population every human generation: 4 billion people at the XXIth century end. In these conditions, the wild life doesn't mean anything. Casually, the african wild fauna is, by far, the most threatened.

Only one good certainty: I believe in a poetic justice. The wild disappeared fauna, we will say goodbye too.

One suggestion: the posted accounts before this one (#1410), spoke about very interesting facts about tigers in wild... Why do we mix fascinating accounts about big cats and just after a quite sordid new ?


RE: Bigcats News - Shir Babr - 07-06-2018

"Lions Eat Suspected Rhino Poachers On South African Game Reserve"

"A ranger discovered the human remains while taking guests on a safari drive at the Sibuya Game Reserve."



https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/rhino-poachers-eaten-by-lions_us_5b3e6cd4e4b05127ccf02c69


RE: Bigcats News - ShereKhan - 07-06-2018

(07-06-2018, 06:45 AM)Shir Babr Wrote: "Lions Eat Suspected Rhino Poachers On South African Game Reserve"

"A ranger discovered the human remains while taking guests on a safari drive at the Sibuya Game Reserve."



https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/rhino-poachers-eaten-by-lions_us_5b3e6cd4e4b05127ccf02c69


Feel good story of the day! Team Lion! Like

Karma fucked those guys good.


RE: Bigcats News - Spalea - 07-06-2018

About #1412:

Another link indicated in the previous account:

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/lions-kill-suspected-poacher_us_5a829010e4b0892a03526549

Sometimes to times, poachers are killed. They (the poachers) will say that it's not a job without risk. But nothing deterrent compared to benefits. And this is all the problem. The problem comes from the "sleeping partners", the sponsorship. And those guys are not living within the Third World country. When they want to destroy a nation, they destroy its history, its culture and its heritage (therefore its fauna). The globalism implies that all peoples of the world will be uprooted. We're living the process.


RE: Bigcats News - Jeffrey - 07-06-2018

India: Assam forest department recommends closure of mines next to Kaziranga tiger reserve

The Divisional Forest Officer (DFO) of Eastern Assam Wildlife Division has recommended closure of stone quarries in Karbi Anglong Hills that are causing damage to the animal corridors and ecology surrounding the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) and Tiger Reserve. 

The report, sent to the field director of KNP and Chief Wildlife Warden, Assam, the DFO has details the adverse impacts of the mines. The report has come to light after Assam-based wildlife activist Rohit Choudhury obtained it under the Right to Information Act, 2005.

The forest department report echoes the report of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) who had flagged the impact of the mining on tigers, elephants and other wildlife in April.

Full story at http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-assam-forest-department-recommends-closure-of-mines-next-to-kaziranga-2633617

#India #Kaziranga #tigers #mining #forests


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