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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Kaziranga tigress


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Kaizranga tiger (unknown sex)


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Gabbar aka Leopard face




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I love me some Gabbar but how dare they try and label that video "tadoba's largest male" and we all know who the real king of Tadoba is.

Awesome looking Kaziranga tigers, that head on the young male is massive. 
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Female Tigress From India, Kankatti and Her Cubs

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Image Courtesy: Indianaturewatch, Photographer: Ankit Desai

Her one cub is missing. Tigress Kankatti lost her eye in a territorial fight with the late Chorbehra Tigress more than 3 yrs ago. She killed her adversary and ate some part of the carcass. (According to neelutpaul barua)
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Hey All,

Here is the Final part of the series : An encounter with the new Male Tiger of Ranthambhore. Here is the link to Part-3 in case you missed out : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=279626762209110&set=a.187740888064365.1073741826.187732298065224&type=1&theater

Although it took him some time to realize that we weren’t a threat, he strode out of the dry river-bed eventually, walking nonchalantly past our Jeep towards the undergrowth on our left and rested beside us for half an hour. Once he fell asleep, we left him in peace and headed home with fond memories. Here is a video of what happened soon after the growl. The video clearly reiterates the fact that Tigers who aren't used to human presence, do relax eventually, if only they are given their space (which belongs to them anyway) and the respect they deserve.

A closer study of his facial markings confirmed his identity as the sub-adult Male T-57. Born sometime in mid 2011 in a litter of 3 male cubs to Tigress Sharmili (T-26) & father Jhumroo (T-20) in the Jaisinghpura / Thumka part of the park (which is out of bounds for tourists), this sub-adult Male is currently trying to establish a territory of his own in the tourism zone of Ranthambhore. While his sibling T-58 has managed to establish a small territory for himself in the Balas Plateau, the whereabouts of his other sibling, T-56 remain unknown. The Indala Male (T-23) seldom visits the territory being captured by the new Male T-57, the adjoining territory is held by dominant Male Ustad (T-24), his mate Noor (T-39 with cubs) and son Sultan on one side and Male T-34 on the other. Since there is only 1 female in this territory, the Old Lady Gayatri (T-22), it remains to be seen if the new male chooses to stay on & stamp his authority or move elsewhere in search of a mate.

While most of our readers are aware of our ethical approach towards tracking Tigers in the wild and vouch for us, there were some who not only expressed concerns on the aggression displayed by this Tiger but also cast aspersions on our work ethic. This video hopefully puts an end to all the speculation. It goes without saying that we, at Tiger Trackers, always maintain a safe distance from Tigers to ensure they do not get distressed / agitated since they aren't just photographic subjects to us, they mean the world to us and shall remain so forever.

We truly hope you enjoyed this series as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you !!! P.S : Watch it in HD mode please !!! The brief flare at 0:20 is caused by the focus acquisition of the lens after zooming in and not flash !!!— with
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@Pckts Did you saw the video, This new male is really big guy. I have asked them to upload on youtube, so that i can share it here
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He looks to be quite large but he is laying down so its hard to tell.
His head is what looks really large to me. The crazy thing is, he is only 2.5 to 3 years old. He is still a teenager in human terms.
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T6 male tiger

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THE KING AND THE PRINCE. Male tiger parenting his cubs is a rare event and very few such cases documented in the wild are already benchmark examples. The massive Waghdoh male is one such caring male parent for almost all his cubs so far. This is one such documentation. taken in low light condition towards evening

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Father and son, Waghdoh has already proven a great father to one of his princess'. [img]images/smilies/heart.gif[/img]
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( This post was last modified: 06-06-2014, 07:47 PM by Roflcopters )

in my 6 years of Tiger business or whatever you want to call it, I've never seen a male tiger as passionate as Wagdoh when it came to the cubs. he even left the Teliya Lake territory just to provide protection to his cubs and has now moved south west of Teliya lake with Madhuri but still does roam around Teliya every now and then. Biggest Central Indian male with a heart of gold for his kids and wife, that pretty much sums up Wagdoh's lifestyle. 


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who needs forest guards when a large Kaziranga male tiger is willing to protect you? 


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Angry young male cub from Kaziranga doesn't like human presence (March 2014)


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Young cub from Kaziranga seen from a river cruise (early 2014)


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Adult female from Satkosia Tiger Reserve on a Sambar kill (June/2/2014)


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Same female fleeing from the camera flash (June/2/2014)


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Wagdoh's Canine Display


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Adult female from Corbett Tiger reserve (2012)


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Same female again


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Wagdoh male photographed from a far distance


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Unidentified huge male tiger from Kanha National Mark (May/27/2014) 


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same male again


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What a great Images, Truly Magnificent. TFS
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Amazing picture of the big male tiger and rhino cooling off right next to eachother.
Great pics overall, tfs.
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Vijaya kankati with her fresh litter in Bandhavgarh

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T-25 aka Dollar male, is prowling now in T-6 aka Romeo’s prime and favourite territory Bhakola. It seems Ranthambhore is headed for another turmoil. Dollar male has made interesting moves in the past as well who was spotted some seasons back in T-28 aka Star Male’s prime territory near RajBagh, however that did not turn out violent.

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My heart was literally in my mouth, few words can describe the moment and experience of coming across one of the most beautiful and powerful animals in the world, a full grown male tiger. We were incredibly lucky to chance upon 'yeda anna', one of a handful of mature male tigers in Tadoba Tiger Reserve

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Tigress from Sunderbans

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Gabbar

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Kabini male

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Noor

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Maya tigress

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Tigress in Tadoba buffer zone

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Tiger cub from Kanha

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Sultan from Ranthambore

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Machli

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Saw the Living Legend Yesterday.. looked in pain.. It looks that he had a fight with another Tiger. He had bite injury on his front leg.. hope that he recovers soon.. A full frame shot form yesterdays sighting

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