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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

India Rishi Offline
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From Jitender Govindani's post in Tigers of Kanha...
Quote:Missing Bheema.

If only Bheema would have been alive & sired Dhawajhandi's cubs, he'd have done his best to protect his litter unlike ChhotaMunna. He would undoubtedly have been a much better father than CM.

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.. which recieved comments like these:

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Even with all the fanboyism in that group, one can't help but love how the tigers get humanised!
In the wild, expect the unexpected, as we humans haven't really much clue of what to expect.
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(02-04-2018, 07:54 AM)Rishi Wrote: From Jitender Govindani's post in Tigers of Kanha...
Quote:Missing Bheema.

If only Bheema would have been alive & sired Dhawajhandi's cubs, he'd have done his best to protect his litter unlike ChhotaMunna. He would undoubtedly have been a much better father than CM.

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.. which recieved comments like these:

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Even with all the fanboyism in that group, one can't help but love how the tigers get humanised!
 Good Point Rishi about tigers getting humanised. anyways two things I want to add.

1. The fact tigers are solitary animals makes up so much for their personality and the individual stories they carry.

2. About Chotta Munna (CM) - Is it because he is carefree or is it because he is feeling so much pressure from other males at this moment that he is busy saving himself. I mean that could be the case.
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(02-04-2018, 07:54 AM)Rishi Wrote: From Jitender Govindani's post in Tigers of Kanha...
Quote:Missing Bheema.

If only Bheema would have been alive & sired Dhawajhandi's cubs, he'd have done his best to protect his litter unlike ChhotaMunna. He would undoubtedly have been a much better father than CM.

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.. which recieved comments like these:

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Even with all the fanboyism in that group, one can't help but love how the tigers get humanised!

I feel like they’re replacing their favorite superhero’s with wild animals.
"Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is."
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Kaziranga male on the move. Jan/2018.


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CT the new king of Sillari, Pench MH. Jan/2018


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CT, I always thought Mukhtar would be the one to steal Samraat/Prince and Khursapar/Handsome male's crown but i was wrong. Mukhtar was no match for Samraat and Khursapar male, eventually he faded away into an unknown area never to be seen again. CT, however was a determined male that put up constant fights with Samraat to finally end his decade long reign of terror. CT is now the new breed, right in his prime and a powerful male. he earned his title. this is going to be the era of CT. unlike most male tigers of Pench, MH that are elusive and hardly make public appearances. CT seems to be quite confident in his approach and as its often the case with some of the most intelligent tigers, CT is by no means a shy tiger. the amount of times he has been sighted after taking over is quite remarkable. Jan/2018.


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PannaLal the king of Bandhavgarh. another interesting new face of Bandhavgarh, originally a Panna tiger that travelled through human settlements to safely reach Bandhavgarh, forced out the local males from Khitauli to start his new life as the king of Khitauli. 
Jan/2018.


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the massive Basavanakatte male (BSK) of Bandipur, the present day Gaur specialist. looking back two years ago and now. he has conquered most of the tourism zone and has 4 females under his wing. the undisputed King of Bandipur.
Jan/2018.


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Basavanakatte male's winter weight. Jan/2018.



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Basavanakatte. Oct/2017.


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Matkasur male. Jan/2018.


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Matkasur on the move. Jan/2018.


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Matkasur watching over his son. Jan/2018.


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Gulrighat male, the King of Dudhwa Zone 1. Jan/2018.


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Gulrighat head on. Jan/2018.


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Gulrighat. Jan/2018.


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the dominant male of Dhikala, Corbett. Jan/2018.


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Kaziranga female caught in camera trap.12/24/2016.
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Wild golden tiger? Is that..
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Yes sir.

she was sighted last year again by the field director of Kanha National Park.


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here is Sanjay Shukla's post from January/2017.

Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris)

I was lucky enough to see a tiger also in Kaziranga. I was in the Agoratoli (Eastern ) Range and the sun has gone down the horizon. I just wanted to see some of the Anti Poaching Camps.  The determined and committed frontline staff in these camps has fought hard with the poachers to make this a safe place for rhinoceros now. The forester driving the vehicle was narrating me many stories of ambush with the poachers. Suddenly we saw one tiger moving ahead of us on the road. The light was pretty bad and distance was much. This was the best image which I could get before the tiger suddnly disappeared in the bushes. This was clicked at 20,000 ISO and 500 mm (equivalent to 750 mm).


another photo of this girl


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The kaziranga male looks absolutely massive!
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1. Who is that Kaziranga tiger. Can anyone identify him. Somebody needs to weigh one of these guys. He is a bulldozer in disguise. One of most impressive shoulders I have ever seen.

2. Can anyone please give any information on the lineage of CT from Pench.

3. Pannalal is one of the most beautiful looking tigers in terms of facial markings in recent timings.
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Its KZT085, see the stripe pattern in this picture. Its a 100% match and sadly CT's ancestry is still unknown. Feb/2017.


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according to the guy that photographed him, he was the tallest and the biggest male he had ever seen in his life. Dec/2017.


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March/7/2017
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(02-06-2018, 07:45 PM)Roflcopters Wrote:
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Its KZT085, see the stripe pattern in this picture. Its a 100% match and sadly CT's ancestry is still unknown. Feb/2017.


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according to the guy that photographed him, he was the tallest and the biggest male he had ever seen in his life. Dec/2017.


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March/7/2017

Thanks for the info. Well KZT085 is ruling kohara for 7 years and is the supposed assasin of the huge KZT023. No wonder he is an exceptional giant.
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Like Father like Son!
T-37: Son of Bamera (great thanks to Ravi Pathak for this pic) 

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Bamera (RIP): son of B2

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B2 (RIP): son of Legendary Charger

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Charger: the Big Father of Bandhavgarh:

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in memories of the Great old era!
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(11 hours ago)qstxyz Wrote: Like Father like Son!
T-37: Son of Bamera (great thanks to Ravi Pathak for this pic) 

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Actually to me, from this angle, Mr.X looks much more like B2...
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(11 hours ago)Rishi Wrote:
(11 hours ago)qstxyz Wrote: Like Father like Son!
T-37: Son of Bamera (great thanks to Ravi Pathak for this pic) 

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Actually to me, from this angle, Mr.X looks much more like B2...
so argree with you, but really i think just depend on the angle, like this:
Mr.X (T-37, Somanshu):

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And his old man Bamera:

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But Mr.X's face look exactly like his grandpa B2:
Mr.X:

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B2:

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But all of them're very impressive in their own way  Like
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