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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Handsome male, Pench.



Kanhaiya, Panna.



Mowgli, Tadoba.



Tala, Tadoba.



Bajrang, Bandgavgarh.

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From the study by Ullas Karanth Tiger Ecology and Conservation in the Indian Subcontinent

Specimen captured by one of Dr Karanth cameras trap.


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[color=var(--secondary-text)]=AZVVJXxoVKZAVDT_mKjhfgNcY-_fP8w-_urL8WeLVU6TKLFgEK_dDiCw0qFcRBp4V-Uf8t9znW6k2Dt-dmj81WgumSAnmCy1i8te3D7zh0Ij7kllssmteHenlDiFxCjIATnWqHlq3pYNYeEKACyy_Mib&__tn__=-UC*F]Pradeep Srirengan [/color]An exclusive chance encounter with a very shy gate crasher! That day, our plan was to just head to an area where a female with 4 cubs crosses. When we were on the lake road, a cat was walking on the track, heading to the lake to quench its morning thirst. From a distance, the stripes blended into a black cat n first we thought its the blacky of Tadoba (we were far behind). As we were closing the gap, it became apparent that its a tiger, that too the most shy of all, the new katezhari male AKA Balram. the monent he saw us, he took off and vanished into the thickets opp the tadoba lake. We did try to catch him at the fireline and another area, but being shy he slipped away. After a brief wait, we called ourselves lucky and decided to again proceed towards the area where this female with 4 cubs was seen few days back. Just before taking the left turn towards her area, we decided to take the right turn, just to check out the tadoba lake/road again. Within a min, there was this huge male ducking behind a tree, trying to avoid us. It was Balram again.. He had vanished into the thickets but was apparently scanning to see if there are these strange green beasts with a projection making click noises. Once he realized none were there, he had crossed the track, had his fill and was returning. We caugh him off guard n he just ducked n gave some amazing close sighting. Being shy, he just then got up and sprinted back into the thickets. This picture was snapped when he got up n started running... When we went back to another spot, a passing gypsy told us the female with 4 cubs had crossed. The shy guy actually was a gate crasher that day but also the spirit of our wild party that morning! Hoping for such better times!
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Some older males.

Bheem, Bandhavgarh.



Yeda Anna, Tadoba.



BSK (Basanvakatte) male, Bandipur.

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