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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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(12-02-2023, 10:01 PM)Ashutosh Wrote: @Rage2277, yeah his build is very much like the Muditara male. Speaking of Mahaman male, has he been sighted this season? 

Bandhavgarh’s tourism area has only younger males. All older ones have died or pushed out. Bheem (that tumour definitely got him although someone said an elephant killed him when he attacked a calf), Bamerason, Chakradhara males, Mangu, Jobhi and now Mahaman all gone. I think the oldest right now would Chota Bheem and Pujari who are 6 years old.

I think Mahaman is gone. I have not seen any pictures of him this season. I think the Chakradhara boys are still around in Tala, but they always have been very difficult to spot. Anyway, I've been surprised by the lack of male sightings in Magdhi this season. You get Jamhol occasionally, and that's about it. territory

@Rage2277 is that male you posted the one the Bandhavgarh guides have been calling Jobi Jr? 

Bajrang, still going strong in Tala. Lots of footage from him in the Ghodademon area near Badi Gufa in Tala. Guides are saying he is trying to hold territory in all three zones but as far as I can tell, he has only been spotted in Tala this season and his mate from Khitauli, Raa, is now with Dhamokhar male.



Dadiyal from Belara buffer, Tadoba. Honestly am surprised that he and V7 and still going strong. Always thought he was an impressive specimen.



His son is now a big boy too, Chota Dadiyal, now occupying Bajrang's old Moharli territories and often overlapping into the buffer.



If you want to see male tigers in Tadoba, the buffer is the place to go. Moharli buffers are absolutely teeming with males. Other than Chota Dadiyal, Taru, Shambhu, Paras, Maya's son, 5225 have all been spotted this year. Taru already fought with Paras a few weeks ago and fought with Shambhu yesterday. Some of these males will have to be pushed out. Mind boggling that this entire territory + more was once ruled by Bajrang alone. 

Taru vs Shambhu

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Rudra recently seen in Mamla buffer. 

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@kingrifter yea I haven't seen anything on mahaman this season either and the male with mamu's daughter is the same one from jobi area we're gonna see some battles soon I feel
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P663 the new kid in madla he's courting P141..should be around 3..good sized considering P141 is a 150kg+ female based off her similar sized sister P142 who was 152kgs
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Tulli Pulliya male from Kishanpur. Dec/2023


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Thunder male with a female. 2022


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Gabbar from Dudhwa. Dec/2023


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Gabbar


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Kaziranga tiger


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Kaziranga male. 2022


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Burapahar male of Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Pinstripe male of Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Kaziranga male. Dec/2023


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Chitwan tigress. Dec/2023


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male tiger from Corbett


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mating pair from Corbett


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Noor tigress from Ranthambore. Dec/2023


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Noor and Badal. Dec/2023


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T108/Jai of Ranthambore. Dec/2023


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male tiger from Kanha. Dec/2023


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new male from Rukhad, Pench. Dec/2023


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L mark male of Pench, MP. easily one of the biggest male from the MP side of Central India. Dec/2023


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T101/Sambhu from Pench, Sillari. Dec/2023


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new male of Pench, Khursapar. Dec/2023


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Taru vs Shambhu, in the last 12 months. these two have fought at least once every 2 months and they both seem to have their ups and downs. Taru has cubs with Choti Madhu and has a lot more to lose. the way things are going in Agarzari. one of them could end up dead or defeated for good. Dec/2023


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King CM 

Dominant male tiger of Khadsangi range of Chimur, which compromises of Alijanja, Navegaon, Ramdegi, Nimdehla, Bhanuskhindi core zone area & fringe forest around Khadsangi range of Chimur. father of 8 cubs inside the tourism zone. 6 more cubs with two different females outside the tourism zone. undoubtedly, the Undisputed king of TATR. Dec/2023 


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CM 


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CM & Bhanuskindi cubs brought down a bull gaur. Dec/2023


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(09-21-2023, 02:51 AM)GreenForest Wrote: Camera Trapped: Tiger Photo Album, 2022 (Several bulky, huge males)
https://www.wii.gov.in/images//images/do...m_2022.pdf

Hello everyone
Greetings!!
Can someone kindly share the Camera trap images album,Cant find it anymore on the WII website.

TIA

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From "Ecological Monitoring of Tigers in Orang National Park Assam, India" LINK


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Burapahar male of Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Pinstripe male of Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Pinstripe in Kohora. Dec/2023


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young male from Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Queen of Kaziranga. Dec/2023



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tiger cubs from Orang, Assam - India. Dec/2023


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big male of Bijrani, Corbett. Dec/2023


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Thunder male with a female. 2022


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male tiger from Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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Varahi male, the original Shiva of Pilibhit. Dec/2023 


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Gabbar of Dudhwa. Dec/2023


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Tulli Pulliya/Rustom of Kishanpur. Dec/2023


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T121’s injuries after a fight with his brother T120/Ganesh. Dec/2023


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T108/Jai of Ranthambore. Dec/2023


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Chota Matka in his absolute prime. Dec/2023
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 aditya.panda -
I’ve seen tigers on close to two thousand occasions across India’s tiger landscapes in my life. But, something that has always hurt is that despite all my time with wild tigers, I had never been able to see one in the forests that I’ve worked all my life to conserve: the tiger forests of my home state, Odisha. This has been so because Odisha’s tigers had been in decline through the 1990s and 2000s. In the few places they survived, they did so in such poor densities and disturbed conditions that it was practically impossible to see them. Even field staff, working every day in those habitats for years, rarely, if ever, got to see one.

But things are now changing.

The Odisha Wildlife Wing is now very serious about reviving tigers, and our #tigers are certainly making a comeback. A few days ago, I was in the Similipal Tiger Reserve on an official visit, on invitation from the Similipal Tiger Conservation Foundation. I spent my time looking at the excellent new measures in place for wildlife and habitat management, protection and tiger monitoring. With frost on the ground and sunlight filtering through the sal canopy, I was on an early morning drive when I suddenly came across this stunning young male tiger in beautiful winter coat. My first tiger in Odisha and perhaps the first ever wild tiger in the state to be photographed “normally” with a DSLR camera! This is T-35. He is about three years old and is actively establishing his dominion over the best parts of the core area. Similipal’s tiger population is perhaps at its best ever in many years today. Tigers are breeding and their population is growing. Over 1200 square kilometres of inviolate core habitat is available to them—among the highest in the country. Prey base is increasing. A dedicated, hardworking field staff corps led by a dynamic field director are going above and beyond to ensure tiger revival in Similipal. May their tribe increase, flourish and rule over the wilds of Odisha for all time to come!

But things are now changing.

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Narsimha, new male of Umred Karhandla. Dec/2023


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DB3 from Mukki. Dec/2023


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King Bhaisanghat of Mukki. Dec/2023


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Neela Nala male of Mukki. Dec/2023


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seems to have bulked up nicely.


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male tiger from Satpura. @Rage2277 @Ashutosh any idea who this male is? Dec/2023


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Xylo from Belara buffer. Dec/2023


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Axe male/Kulhadiram of Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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Bhagoda of Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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Varahi male of Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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Sherekhan of Pilibhit, seems to have a weird lump near his (right paw). hopefully it’s nothing serious. Dec/2023


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Naina/Laxmi, also known as Nak Katti of Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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male tiger from Katarniaghat. pic from early 2023.



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Dominant male tiger of Kolsa  

Son of Khali & Sharmili from Agarzari zone of Moharli range. This mighty male tiger pushed back heavyweights of Kolsa like Shiva male tiger ( son of Wagdoh) and Dadiyal male tiger ( son of Shivaji male tiger ) from this beautiful core zone forest of Kolsa. C1 is the name given to this tiger by department. Kuwani female has cubs from this male and 2 other non tourism female has cubs from this male. He is spreading his bloodline across Kolsa range . Age been his side he looks to be very strong contender to hold this territory for long.  C1 has his brother around pangdi bufferzone SK male tiger. I have been watching these 3 male tiger brother C1 , SK & the third one since they were born around Agarzari panzar area 2018 -19.

Picture & Write up by Ranveer Singh Gautam
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CM. Dec/2023


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Chota Dadyal, a very promising youngster with a bright future. Dec/2023


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tigress from Satpura with a kill. Dec/2023


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new male of Pench, Charbahuli. Dec/2023


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old pic of Collarwali, Pench MP. 


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the gorgeous DJ female of Mukki. Dec/2023


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T53/Raja of Pench, MH - Sillari. Dec/2023


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I believe this was from Chitwan. 


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male tiger pug marks from Manas, Assam - India. 


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tigress pug marks from Kaziranga, the phone in the picture is a Vivo V21 pro with a height of 6.44 inches or 16.3 cm


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Sara of Barahi range, one of the oldest tigress of Pilibhit. Dec/2023


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tigress from Dudhwa. Dec/2023


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the hulk known as Tulli Pullia male. Dec/2023


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male tiger from Bardiya, Nepal. Dec/2023


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male tiger from Chitwan, Nepal. Dec/2023


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Queen of Burapahar range, Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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tigress from Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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another tigress from Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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Pinstripe male, also known as Dabang by the local guides of Kaziranga. Dec/2023


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the first sighting of that satpura male he looks related to this guy here from 2019 @Roflcopters                                                           
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The insane frame of Tuli Puliya male, Kishanpur:

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Shiva male, son of Waghdoh is no more. One of the biggest males I have ever seen from Tadoba, just like his father.


Another missing one from Bandhavgarh, the iconic Mahaman.


Maya's son, aka Y-Mark male in the Mohurli buffers in Tadoba. He has been keeping out of the way of the other dominant males but is occasionally sighted across Devada, Junona, and Agarzari.


Chota Dadiyal from Tadoba is looking quite massive now. 


Another seldom sighted male, currently ruling the Pangdi buffers in Tadoba. This is SK male, who is the brother of C1, current ruler of Kolsa. Both these males come from Agarzari, where they were born to the late Sharmili and Khali.


Jobi Jr male from Bandhavgarh. He in Magdhi now, and is possibly the reason for Mahaman's departure. I have seen very few photos of this male, does anyone know of his origin? 

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The Chakradhara clan of Bandhavgarh remains a mystery to me. This extremely camera-shy group of tigers is currently dominant across several parts of Tala and has contributed to the dearth of sightings since the days of B2 and Bamera. I came across this picture of a tiger, called "Chakradhara male" by the photographer.


However, the stripe pattern is different from the male I have known since 2019 as the Chakradhara male. He has an upside down trident on his forehead and was born to Chakradhara female and Ranchha male. He shows up in a 2019 Bandhavgarh tiger guide as "Trident". Can anyone tell me more about these different Chakradhara males?


Massive Kishanpur male - is this Tulli Puliya Male?


An icon of Dudhwa, Gabbar/Charger male.


The massive Baisanghat male in his prime.


One of the lesser sighted Kanha males - Andhkuan male (T-129).
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The new kid from jobi reminds me of the muditara male the husky male in the viral video crossing the road also the other chakrandara males are half brothers of trident and that is indeed the tuli puliya male they call him rustom @kingrifter
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(01-17-2024, 04:51 AM)Rage2277 Wrote: The new kid from jobi reminds me of the muditara male the husky male in the viral video crossing the road also the other chakrandara males are half brothers of trident and that is indeed the tuli puliya male they call him rustom @kingrifter

Honestly, I know names get updated over time as the old ones get pushed out and new ones occupy the same territory, but the situation with these Bandhavgarh males is so confusing. So I thought I'd post some more obscure adults from the recent past.

Here's the Mudatara male in the Bandhavgarh 2019 book.



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We then have Ghodademon male, aka Banbehi male (cub of Wakeeta). When I was at Bandhavgarh in 2023, I was at Ghodademon and heard talk of a male with the same name. Is this one dead? 


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7D male, son of Spotty and Trishul Chakradhara male (courtesy Suyash Keshri). 7A is in Panpatha, where is this guy?



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Chota Charger, brother of Mahaman male. I know he was around in the mid 2010s, but not sure what happened to him. The photographers below say they saw him in 2023, so he must be 11 here. I don't know where they would've seen him, though.



Rancha male, allegedly the father of Trishul/Chakradhara male. I have seen very few pictures of this Tala male.



Kallu, son of Mirchani female who was driven off by B2.


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