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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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Do we have the weights (or estimations) of these big boys?
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(11-02-2018, 06:37 AM)ShereKhan Wrote: Do we have the weights (or estimations) of these big boys?

One of Umarpanis male sub adults was captured and weighed when he was translocated. He weighed 197kg and right before he was translocated he got in an altercation with his father, in that video and 1 other of them getting into it you can see that Umarpani still dwarfed him so we estimated him to be in the 280kg range. If you check the modern weights thread for tigers, you’ll see the videos and conversations confirming weights and measurements with them.
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umarpani male....
walking very slowly.... 
stepping in a relaxed manner....
in one early morning....

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 son of kuhani in kolara photo by 
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here is a pic of the family from winter 2016, he’s the bold cub in the front. credits to Abhishek Deshmukh.


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the big boy again from Kolara buffer, he has grown well. Nov/2018. credits to Makarand Kulkarni.
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Mahaman male 30-10-18

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mamu is pretty much always in top form
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Pannalal is descendent of original panna gene pool. The last panna male mated with relocated kanha tigress. Pannalal descended from that lineage. He is going to rock in size.
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i think right now pannalal is the biggest known male in bandhavgarh and he's one of the younger rulers
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 mamu nov 2018 photo by Banty Bandhavgarh
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M1. Kisli zone- Kanha TR. Oct 18. Rohin Bakshi
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son of mundidada and red eye look at the size of this guy..his around the same age as the mahaveers
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(11-11-2018, 05:27 PM)Rage2277 Wrote: i think right now pannalal is the biggest known male in bandhavgarh and he's one of the younger rulers

Pannalal has unique mix of 4 different gene pool. His grandfather is Original Panna male tiger M62(Descendant of Madla, Hairyfoot). His grandmother was relocated Kanha tigress. His father is Pench-Bandhavgarh mix, His mother is Panna-Kanha mix. That explains his large size, healthy looking body.

Read this report for Original Panna tiger sired cubs with relocated female.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication...t_programs

The M62
http://www.environmentportal.in/files/Panna.pdf
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(11-17-2018, 01:49 AM)GreenForest Wrote:
(11-11-2018, 05:27 PM)Rage2277 Wrote: i think right now pannalal is the biggest known male in bandhavgarh and he's one of the younger rulers

Pannalal has unique mix of 4 different gene pool. His grandfather is Original Panna male tiger M62(Descendant of Madla, Hairyfoot). His grandmother was relocated Kanha tigress. His father is Pench-Bandhavgarh mix, His mother is Panna-Kanha mix. That explains his large size, healthy looking body.

Read this report for Original Panna tiger sired cubs with relocated female.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication...t_programs

The M62
http://www.environmentportal.in/files/Panna.pdf

Parshuram still says that Bheem is the largest Male in Bandhavgarh 

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I think Bheem is larger in frame while Pannalal is probably thicker in body. 
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i think they're about the same in height but pannalal looks to be the longer one
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