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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Nice Picture @Simba
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Patiha female from Bandhavgarh

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Jobhi male Tiger

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(05-22-2014, 09:56 PM)'sanjay' Wrote: Jobhi male Tiger

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Recent Waghdoh male Tiger picture

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Two of the biggest tigers around.
Great Waghdoh picture.
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you have to remember, Bandhavgarh Tigers are the only Central Indian Group that have no luxury of hunting Gaurs because the Gaur numbers there were diminished in the early 1990's and recently about 3 dozen Gaurs were reintroduced to the park but they are nowhere near Jobhi or any of the famous males territories. 

 
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Do you not think Jobhi is as large as he looks to be do to lack of larger prey?
I know tigers are capable of reaching large size while hunting slightly smaller prey than gaurs, 250kg+ sambar still can make some large tigers.
I know peter just showed that some amur populations reached large size while usually preying on smaller prey and sub adults.
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what a great pic
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