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Impressive Females

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post pictures of impressive female cats!
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Some of my favorite lioness pictures
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Masai Mara

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duba plains these are said to be as large as males in other arias in Africa! They loo gigantic and muscular
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Serengeti
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duba plains
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Duba
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Masai Mara! Lioness to the right looks very solid, beautiful picture.
 
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Kaziranga Girls ^^^

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Possibly my favorite Tigress from Kaziranga

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Great images @Pckts, but I think this is a male if you look closely it does really look like it has balls 
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(05-14-2015, 02:18 AM)'Pantherinae' Wrote:
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Great images @Pckts, but I think this is a male if you look closely it does really look like it has balls 

 

It's a female.
Kanwar took it, the 2nd image I posted is the same girl.

Feel free to ask him for yourself and get confirmation.

 
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This can't neither be a female. it's just to massive imo, but if so I'm officially shocked, even though it's a camera trap! pretty sure I see balls here as well.
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Here is the other image I'm talking about

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Sorry my bad, looked like balls!
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(05-14-2015, 02:43 AM)'Pantherinae' Wrote:
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This can't neither be a female. it's just to massive imo, but if so I'm officially shocked, even though it's a camera trap! pretty sure I see balls here as well.


 
You can see it right there, its a close up, there is no testicles there.
But camera trap images are still just one image and angle, all big cats need multiple images and something to scale them against to really get an idea of how large they truly are.

I sent Kanwar a message regarding the tiger in question, I'll post his response whenever I get it.


 

 
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Kanwar talking about Corbett Tigress'

"Kanwar Deep Juneja Yes Minh Ha met a huge tigress today in Kisli and saw her stalking n trying to hunt which failed! Then finally met Munna and spent some time with him... We were alone when we met munna and funny we met Munna sitting on the road from where we had seen the tigress less than an hour later!!! It was a 'Good Morning' indeed smile emoticon photos to follow soon

PS. You have to see some tigresses in corbett too and you'll be surpised at their size! I've often heard guides telling tourists that they are showing a rare male tiger when its a tigress we know about!"

This is one of the Corbett Tigress'
SharmeleKanwar Deep Juneja November 30, 2013 · ·    
if you follow me any longer then you will be my lunch! The message received home L O U D and C L E A R!

There were several sightings on the last trip but, this is one of my fav images when the tigress suddenly turned around and growled at us…. — with Nanak Dhingra at Jim Corbett National Park.

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If you look closely you can see a broken canine and blood dripping from her nose, must of just been in a fight and not in the mood to be followed.
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Yeah that's right what you say about the camera traps, the picture was very blurry so I could not tell for sure. As well as I cloud not find the Kaziranga identification file which was posted here a while ago. But you know tigers better than me so I listen to you [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img] 

yes would appreciate kanwars response 
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(05-14-2015, 03:00 AM)'Pantherinae' Wrote: Yeah that's right what you say about the camera traps, the picture was very blurry so I could not tell for sure. As well as I cloud not find the Kaziranga identification file which was posted here a while ago. But you know tigers better than me so I listen to you [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img] 

yes would appreciate kanwars response 

 
I have been wrong before, I'll wait for kanwars response.

The kazi camera trap one definitely looks female though, there doesn't seem to be a hint of "man area" [img]images/smilies/biggrin.gif[/img]


 
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@Pantherinae
Its a Tigress

Kanwar Deep JunejaHi *****, this running tigress is a female of course
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