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 Mandar SalayeTadoba Wild ImagesYesterday at 2:16am · We sighted this new tigress in Kolsa, May 2015

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  P-3 in Tadoba Range, May 2015

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Harshil JamesSanctuary Asia Follow · 8 hrs ·    
Kankatti
Not our beloved late Kankatti from Bandhavgarh but from Tadoba
Huge Lady - Mother of two - 18 months old cubs
From Tadoba Buffer
May 15
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TATR

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Raghavendran Kandaswami I've seen Madhuri's cubs on four occasions, fortunately at different ages, the first when they were 4 months old and the last was early May. The two cubs are bigger as you say, I've seen them on two occasions, again the last on in May. Lara has occupied Kolba line and is rarely sighted. I last saw her on the road towards Kolsa back in March. It cannot be Lara since she is much smaller than the female you are referring to. I suspect that she is L2, Madhuri's sister who had occupied Agarzari earlier. In case you have Madhuri's photograph, check the pattern, this is clearly Madhuri... She does move territory often, although Dewada being her primary area...


Could be Kankatti or Madhuri, any body know?
Also, any ideas on how she lost her ear?
 
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Senthil KumarSanctuary Asia Follow · 57 mins ·    
TATR, April 2015,
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Tigress from
Dhikala, Corbett.

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SharmillPratham TyagiSanctuary Asia Follow · Yesterday ·    
Everyone's favorite cocktail
Orange on the Rocks..

Tigress, Corbett National Park, UK
May'15 — with Corbett Aadil, Bobby Singh, Aniket Lunawat and Abhishek Deshmukh.

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Miss Maya of Tadoba

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"Target Locked"
Paarwali Tigress
Corbett tiger reserve, Uttrakhand
May 15

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Maya head on

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Maya Dragging a wild boar

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Maya Laying down

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Maya on Jun 15'

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Unknown Huge Girl from TadobaHemant MasurkarTadoba Wild Images Follow · 3 hrs ·    
Tigress ( Kolsa Range )
Feb - 15 — at Tadoba - Andhari Tiger Reserve.


Hemant Masurkar Sandeep Deshpande Sorry Sir No Confirmed info about her Name. We saw saw her near Botezari Lake


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Siena lioness from the marsh

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 Omveer Choudhary added 3 new photos — with Anjan Lal and 18 others at Pench Tiger Reserve - Madhya Pradesh, India.2 hrs · Edited · 30/06/15 Evening safari.
What Great Closing of Season
Happy Ending With Langdi Tigress
30 minutes.. out of 60 gypsy only
I was lucky ...it was great sightings
Thanks to everyone......................And Special thanks to Langdi Tigress for happy ending.

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  Omveer ChoudharySanctuary AsiaJune 4 at 10:20pm · Great sightings this morning in Pench
Once again saw collarwali with her old cubs ( 3 old cubs 22 months)
All four together .Surprise sightings
Legendary giving very good sightings.

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Kanwar Deep Juneja March 18 · Edited · ·    
One of the most exciting mornings was when this lioness rushed into these hyenas feeding on a kill, dispersed them but, within seconds they banded together as a pack and rushed her away from the kill, when she came right in front of my vehicle and started calling for her pride... i loved all the back lit dust and the hyenas in the background.....
Nikon D4s + 200-400mm VR II @ 200mm — at Lake Manyara, Central Serengeti & Ndutu.

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(06-02-2015, 04:06 AM)'Pckts' Wrote: Harshil JamesSanctuary Asia Follow · 8 hrs ·    
Kankatti
Not our beloved late Kankatti from Bandhavgarh but from Tadoba
Huge Lady - Mother of two - 18 months old cubs
From Tadoba Buffer
May 15
Canon 70D || Canon 70-200mm F4
TATR

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Raghavendran Kandaswami I've seen Madhuri's cubs on four occasions, fortunately at different ages, the first when they were 4 months old and the last was early May. The two cubs are bigger as you say, I've seen them on two occasions, again the last on in May. Lara has occupied Kolba line and is rarely sighted. I last saw her on the road towards Kolsa back in March. It cannot be Lara since she is much smaller than the female you are referring to. I suspect that she is L2, Madhuri's sister who had occupied Agarzari earlier. In case you have Madhuri's photograph, check the pattern, this is clearly Madhuri... She does move territory often, although Dewada being her primary area...


Could be Kankatti or Madhuri, any body know?
Also, any ideas on how she lost her ear?
 
 


Do you know where are Geeta and Mona. not heard about their sighting since long
 
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Shaunak RautTadoba Wild Images July 11 ·    
With Tadoba Safari Tigers.

Sonam
They think she has delivered cubs but no one has seen them yet.

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