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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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( This post was last modified: 11-19-2021, 11:46 AM by Ashutosh )

@Rage2277, Mamu was fighting in Magdhi and Tala, most likely with the Chakradhara male. Bamerason was found in Dhamokar which used to be Bheem’s territory but is now occupied by D1 and another secretive male. 

Haven’t seen Bheem this season as well. Maybe he moved from his Magdhi and Tala area as well. Or he is dead. Whatever his situation, Bheem’s consistent assault on Bamerason finally caught up with him.

After beating Pannalal, Bheem went and attacked Bamerason in 2018 where the forest dept had to intervene. Last year he was at veterinary centre for over a month again after him and Bheem clashed. When he was released in March this year, they fought again, Bheem had injuries on his left leg and was limping as well.

Farewell to a tiger who stood up everytime he was beaten down. From his origins and later disappearance and reappearance to his death, it was all part of an elaborate mystery. Mr.X of Bandhavgarh.
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I remember reading a story few months' ago about this particular male tiger named P243 taking care of his cubs. Any news since?




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(11-19-2021, 11:45 AM)Ashutosh Wrote: @Rage2277, Mamu was fighting in Magdhi and Tala, most likely with the Chakradhara male. Bamerason was found in Dhamokar which used to be Bheem’s territory but is now occupied by D1 and another secretive male. 

Haven’t seen Bheem this season as well. Maybe he moved from his Magdhi and Tala area as well. Or he is dead. Whatever his situation, Bheem’s consistent assault on Bamerason finally caught up with him.

After beating Pannalal, Bheem went and attacked Bamerason in 2018 where the forest dept had to intervene. Last year he was at veterinary centre for over a month again after him and Bheem clashed. When he was released in March this year, they fought again, Bheem had injuries on his left leg and was limping as well.

Farewell to a tiger who stood up everytime he was beaten down. From his origins and later disappearance and reappearance to his death, it was all part of an elaborate mystery. Mr.X of Bandhavgarh.

ah i see so he was in dhamokar huh..seems like D1 might be the cause but there's also another young male younger than D1 moving around in dhamokar
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(11-19-2021, 10:49 PM)lionuk Wrote: I remember reading a story few months' ago about this particular male tiger named P243 taking care of his cubs. Any news since?




the cubs are 13 months old now and said to be self sufficient
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(11-19-2021, 11:12 PM)Rage2277 Wrote:
(11-19-2021, 10:49 PM)lionuk Wrote: I remember reading a story few months' ago about this particular male tiger named P243 taking care of his cubs. Any news since?




the cubs are 13 months old now and said to be self sufficient

That's great! I'm very happy to hear that. Thanks for the answer.
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Shiva, son of Waghdoh, Tadoba:



Chota Matka, Tadoba:

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There are tigers and then there are TIGERS. Bheem is the latter:

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Satpura’s legend also known as Bear-killer for he enjoyed feasting on Sloth Bears, RAVAN:



The snarl still reverberates inside your core. WAGHDOH the immortal.



PS: Look at the state of his canines, they look amazing for a 19 year old!
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looks like neela nala has taken over pretty much all of uma's turf @Ashutosh
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@Rage2277, Yup and also his mate. Apparently, DJ is pregnant with a litter fathered by him. He moves quick! Also, heard he is the son of Garhi male.
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kopedabri also here roaming around in uma's former territory ducking and dodging the bigger boys
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Uma still in Mukki for now
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(12-30-2021, 10:14 PM)Pckts Wrote: Uma still in Mukki for now

he's lost much ground to neela nala..guy's walking around in uma's spots confident, roaring and marking..uma can't compete anymore, right now he's like kopedabri just sneaking around..he had a tough reign with all that competition..for how long he held ground it's a testament to his prowess wanna see what his boys do in the coming months if they make it.
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