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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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I get this tiger picture from facebook, I don't know which tiger is he/she or from which region he/she belong, may be other member can throw more light.


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Daughter of Shivaji from Kolsa Range - May/2014


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Unknowm male tiger from Bandhavgarh - old picture


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Tigress from Kolsa range March - 2014


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Tigress from Kolsa range March - 2014


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Shiva aka the son of Wagdoh sighted at Jamunjora on 1/13/2014 at 6:37 am in the morning


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Shiva again from Jamunjora on 1/13/2014 


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Flehmen Display of Shiva - 1/13/2014


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the last look before he disappeared into the bushes - 1/13/2014


Camera trap photos from Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve - the park currently has 12 tigers and the count is going every year due to a growing tiger population. 

for those of you that are unaware, This Tiger Reserve is 90km away from the Tala range in Bandhavgarh and connects to Panpatha range in Bandhavgarh, currently there's work in progress to restore this lost tiger habitat 

Camera trap photos are mostly young cubs and mother and cubs.


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Young Male tiger on a kill from Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve


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Male Tiger P212 that travelled from Panna to Sanjay Dubri Tiger has now settled in, experts following him via Radiocollar


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Young male from Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve


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T-24 flexing from Ranthambore


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Rajbehra female from Bandhavgarh - stalking mode (May/2014)


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Umarpani female stalking prey - May/2014


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her prize


 

 

 
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What a great pics. TFS
Rofl can you identify the tiger i posted just above your post ?
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That's Mukunda male tiger from Bandhavgarh's Khitauli zone and sadly he hasn't been since March of 2014 and many fear that he is no more because poaching is really high at Khitauli range and one of his wifey aka BT2 just died as a result of poaching just today. 

Follow up link (Below) - RIP

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-...051331.ece


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He has a very distintive facial marking with a paw sign on his left forehead as you can see in both pictures. 

 
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Thanks for replying Rofl, Its really sad news that poaching is again raising. RIP BT2 . We have also posted that news in news section
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Awesome Image, A tiger and elephant encounter in the wild,


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Credit to: indianaturewatch , photographer: Anoop Ronald.
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What's up with the male tiger lying so close to the elephant? I hope it's not dead.
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Thats a female I believe, and from the caption I think she is just resting.


Nice image of that tiger with the Tusker.
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Machli with an Injury ( seen on 20th March )



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Unknown Male from Ranthambore


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Fateh (t-24)


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Tadoba's One eyed tigress

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'Frequent visitors to Tadoba often return with stories of how the Telia tigers charge at sloth bears. Seen here, is one of the tigresses stalking a full-grown sloth bear near Vasant Bandhara on Kosekanal road in the Moharli range. In Rane’s words: “As soon as the tigress charged, the sloth bear stood on its hind legs and growled back. The tigress didn’t expect that at all and retreated toward our jeeps.”

The forests of Tadoba are known for their one of kind animal sightings. Plan a trip to the beautiful forests before the monsoon begins and the animals disappear into the dense undergrowth!'



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I found this tiger on facebook, OP says its T-57 male from no tourist zone from Ranthambhore. I had never heard of this male earlier. according to him He is very aggressive male. Can you help which male is exactly he is ? Any other information about him ?

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(05-29-2014, 08:55 PM)'sanjay' Wrote: I found this tiger on facebook, OP says its T-57 male from no tourist zone from Ranthambhore. I had never heard of this male earlier. according to him He is very aggressive male. Can you help which male is exactly he is ? Any other information about him ?

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Here is Part-3 of our encounter with the new Male Tiger of Ranthambhore. Here is the link in case you missed Part-2 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=277847795720340&set=a.187740888064365.1073741826.187732298065224&type=1&theater. After sizing us up for a few seconds, he darted across the track, into the thick undergrowth ahead of us before turning to have a little peek at us through the foliage. An angry young Tiger seemed to have turned into a terribly shy one. An hour’s wait yielded nothing but alarm calls of Langurs at a distance, suggesting he’d perhaps headed away from us.

Our decision to tread down a path less travelled, to go in search of new faces in different habitats, enjoy the secluded surroundings and sounds of nature, seemed to have worked wonders. As soon as our Jeep’s engine roared back to life, thereby drowning out the sounds of the Golden Orioles and the Babblers, a lone Indian Peafowl frantically flew off a few hundred meters behind us, letting out loud alarm calls. Wishful thinking as it may sound, we wondered if there was another cat lurking behind, a Leopard perhaps ? We reversed our Jeep 50 meters down the sloping track which led to another portion of the river-bed.

We turned off the engine while cautiously approaching the sharp descent in reverse. Total Silence. The dry Nallah (River-bed) was barely visible due to the steep angle. Each yard left us guessing. An eerie silence filled the air, occasionally broken by noisy Babblers and a Rufous Tree-pie. Anxious minutes raised numerous questions in our scattered minds as the supposed creature remained unseen. It was then that yours truly volunteered to stand up on the seat and scout below with a Camera in hand. No sooner did we peek into the viewfinder that a loud growl erupted across the ravine, enough to awaken the entire jungle and just enough to shatter a few eardrums.

And there he was, the same Tiger, snarling away at us ! He had not only outsmarted us again but also asserted who was the Boss. He made it clear he didn't want us there with a little mock charge. Would he eventually relax and let us spend a few peaceful moments with him before we left the park ? Stay tuned for the final part of this series !

New sub-adult Male, Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, May 2014.— https://www.facebook.com/tigertrackersindia?ref=br_tf

Check out part 2 and 1 as well. Cool stuff

 
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I read this on fb, But looking for more information, I also commented on the part 3 on facebook and from there i get to know that he is T-57
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A young male tiger from Kaziranga, Assam (Firoz Ahmed)

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