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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Raja from Bandipur


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Tiger from Nagzira


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Machli, lost all her teeth and canines and an injured paw


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Young tiger from Tadoba posing just after completing meal of a Samba Deer


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Jai in umred feb 2014
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Jai is looking good. He seems to have a very light coat.
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for those of you that are unaware, "Sonam" is the new female of Teliya lake who was recently mauled by her own mother (Madhuri) because she got too close to her new set of cubs (also a litter of 4), Madhuri now resides South West of the Teliya lake area in the Bufferzone of Tadoba along with her 4 new cubs and Wagdoh has voluntarily moved into provide protection to the new litter. 


now the good : this litter isn't all females like the last one, there was a male cub photographed with Madhuri but the genders of the other 3 are still unknown. 




 

 
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(04-22-2014, 02:36 AM)'Pckts' Wrote: Dear Tiger Lovers,

Today we have immense pride in introducing the most feared one of all, the Kuwalji Male, Fateh (T-42). Fateh in Hindi language means Victory. This is part 1 of his lifestory. Please take your time to go through his journey. Named after the Father of Ranthambhore, the late Fateh Singh Rathore, Fateh is known to possess a bad temperament. Fateh not only has a reputation of charging at vehicles, but also has the dubious distinction of charging a vehicle in hot pursuit for 2 Kilometres at a stretch !!!

Born in 2006-2007 in a litter of 3 cubs to Tigress Husnaara (T-30) and father Jhumroo (T-20), adulthood forced Fateh to separate from his family and travel all the way to the Devpura & Kuwalji area (in the southernmost fringes of the park) sometime in early 2010 to carve out a territory for himself. While his brother Surjan (T-43) chose an adjoining area, sister Sharmilee (T-44) was trans-located to Sariska.

Although known for poor density of ungulates / prey species, Kuwalji already had 2 young resident Tigers, siblings T-36 Male & T-37 Female. Presence of villages on the periphery and stray cattle in abundance had historically made Tigers of Kuwalji to almost survive exclusively on cattle diet. Male Tigers are fiercely territorial and Fateh is no different. In October 2010, he killed the resident male T-36 in a brutal fight and took over the territory. However, fate had something else in store for him. Stay tuned for part 2 of his story !
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This is the T36 male tiger killed by Fateh in the terrotorial battle.


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Male Tiger Bamera at Ghoda damon

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Wagdoh




 

 
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@Simba , How old the video is ? Is the wagdoh at prime when this video was made ?
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I am not sure when it was shot. The video was published on last month. So, it seems to be recent.
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Good ole wagdoh, looking massive as ever. 
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Tiger, Sambar, Peafowl and Drongo using a waterhole at the same time

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The Tiger's Antenna

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Mighty Jai male tiger and Chandi tigress, look at the size difference

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Leopard face

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Machli the old girl

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Tadoba NP

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Kankatti or Vijaya

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Bold Male of Nagarhole.

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Bamera

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Jai

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How does Machli continue to live with no teeth?
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She was being fed by the park rangers but they have stopped and are going to let nature take its course. She still has made numerous kills without her canines though, probably very sad way to die for the prey. Lots of clawing and gashing to get it open.
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Young tigress next to a bike

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Telia Female with her 4 Cubs

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Tiger Kabini

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