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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

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gabbar is starting to look like quite the beautiful male. Very thick forequarters, he is a shell of his younger self. Really shows how tigers put on mass as they age. Great pic
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Stunning image of Shivaji


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Kaziranga


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Great Pics Simba.... Kazi Tigers are very special
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Simba, is that a new picture of Shivaji?

I hope so, he hasn't been photographed in forever. 
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Munna from Kanha

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Maya tigress from Tadoba

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Old Bamera, the exiled King of Tala

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Sonam from Tadoba

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Rajbehra tigress from Bandhavgarh

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Dominant Male of Dhikala

I observed this tiger since he was 10-12 months old, twice a year. After his father was poisoned 100 m from location of this this frame, he took over the area. I call him Babur of Dhikala as he took over Dhikala when he was mere 18-20 months old and without any territorial fight. Today he is a four year old hunk and understandably fathered 3 litters and soon we can hear some more good news.

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T19 from Ranthambore

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Bamera

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Star male Ranthambore

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Male tiger Kabini

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Machli

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Leopard face

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This male has really done well for himself and i remember him as a cub a few years back, surprised he made it in Dhikala.




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Here he is again from earlier this year. 



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Tigercape, Corbett. (Early 2014)


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Gabbar aka Leopard Face from (April/2014)


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Gabbar aka Leopard face from (April/2014)


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Unknown male from Bandhavgarh, nicely Camouflaged (Early 2014)


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Raja from Bandipur (March/2014)


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Unknown male from Corbett (April/2014)


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The Legendary male Khali and possibly deceased now (disappeared without a trace in 2011 and was believed to be the biggest male residing in the park in his time) 

Pictures are from (December/2010)


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Khali again (December/2010)


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Khali again (December/2010)


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Leopard aka Gabbar face posing for a photo (April/2014)


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the huge Katezari male, he's my favorite from Tadoba. (May/2014)


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Katezari male again, (May/2014)


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Gabbar aka leopard face on the move - (April/2014)


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Sonam being tracked by the forest department (April/2014) she was badly injured in a territorial fight with her own mother aka "Madhuri" and is now officially the new Queen of the Teliya lake, Madhuri has a new set of 4 cubs and has moved South West of the Teliya lake in the Bufferzone and Wagdoh male has voluntarily moved into provide protection to the new litter. 



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Gabbar aka Leopard face near Hilltop (April/2014)


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Gabbar aka Leopard face near Hilltop again 


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Bufferzone's baddest male that needs no introduction and he's quiet possibly the largest living male from the Central Indian Forests. (April/2014)


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Wagdoh male on the prowl, I'd feel sorry for any male or female that gets anywhere near his new litter. it would be a suicide to face a powerful male like him. 











 

 
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Wagdoh male on the move

 

 
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Bamera from April/24/2014


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Bamera again


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Bamera on the look out 


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on the move


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Wagdoh male again, enjoying his kingdom. controls the entire Teliya lake area up to the Bufferzone but is now mostly residing in the Bufferzone to provide protection to his new litter of cubs and there's a report of a new male sneaking into Teliya lake but identity of the male has not been revealed yet. It might be his own son Shiva or possibly Veer the son of Shivaji. let's wait and find out.


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Wagdoh again, lost in his thoughts.


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Sonam snarling away in her new Territory


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Leopard face aka Gabbar near the Tadoba Lake


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Huge new male from Kariya Ghatti area at Kanha National Park (January/2014)


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Huge male of the Kariya Ghatti area (January/2014) - Kanha National Park


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Same male again


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on the move


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Great Pic Rofl......
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Nice pics Rofl
 
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Now I know why Bamera was limping, he has a nasty wound on his front claw.
Good lord, Waghdoh never ceases to impress. What a tank.
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Amazing pictures rofl!!! many thanks for sharing them. the male from khana with the weird left eye looks indeed like a seriously massive specimen. and waghdoh is old but gold at any time!!!!!!!!
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