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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Here is a video of a tigress from Kaziranga NP





 

 
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More pics of Unnis with her 10 week old cubs


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Blue Eyed boy male tiger from Bandhavgarh NP


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T42 male tiger from Ranthambore


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Jaya and three of her four yearling cubs in May 2013


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Subadult tiger Johnno (son of Jaya) seen near Rajbehra Junction


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Semli (Romeo) T6 from Ranthambore NP


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Munna from Kanha NP


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This is one of my favourite video of Waghdoh.
This video was captured by Farooque Khan a wildlife photographer and this is what he said
" "Waghdoh male" named after the area "waghdoh" he roams in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve in Sate of Maharashtra . he is by far one of the massive huge males i have ever seen. much bigger in size compared to the king of BandavgarhTiger Reserve"Bamera male" in State of Madhya Pradesh INDIA. Right now he is proud father of 7 cubs (4 with telia female and 3 cubs with the elusive waghdoh female)"





 
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I found some old pictures of tiger from the black and white era. If this fits better into the premier section. feel free to move it.
Most of the postcards say "Bengal Tiger". But the first one has definitely one Sumatra tiger in it. I guess not even an expert could tell, if all the cats are properly categorised on those postcards. No Caspian or other extincted subspecies among them, if you ask me.

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Jai feb 2014
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T42 Male Tiger from Ranthambore NP




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Raja bandipur boss march 2014
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beautiful Haimi the damdama tigress of bandhavgarh april 2014
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corbett tigress with her cubs april 2014

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Here are two subadult tigers from Kaziranga, look at their size.
Very BIG specimens




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(04-13-2014, 10:22 PM)'Rage2277' Wrote: Raja bandipur boss march 2014
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I think Raja got injured and having some infection on his right forearm elbow.


 
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(04-13-2014, 10:44 PM)Apollo Wrote:
(04-13-2014, 10:22 PM)'Rage2277' Wrote: Raja bandipur boss march 2014
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I think Raja got injured and having some infection on his right forearm elbow.


 

Yeah, I noticed this as well. Was thinking the same when I saw the picture.
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(04-13-2014, 10:30 PM)Apollo Wrote: Here are two subadult tigers from Kaziranga, look at their size.
Very BIG specimens





The more often you see something from them the more you get the feeling, that this location has indee some special influence in terms of the living cats there.
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Sultanpur T24 2014
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Somanshu son of Bamera and Vijaya april 2014

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(04-13-2014, 11:04 PM)'Wanderfalke' Wrote:
(04-13-2014, 10:44 PM)'Apollo' Wrote:
(04-13-2014, 10:22 PM)'Rage2277' Wrote: Raja bandipur boss march 2014
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I think Raja got injured and having some infection on his right forearm elbow.


 

 

Yeah, I noticed this as well. Was thinking the same when I saw the picture.

 



I wish he gets well soon.
 
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