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Tiger charges at Camera





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That was one angry momma, she went 0-60 faster than some cars.
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(09-29-2014, 11:04 PM)'Apollo' Wrote:
(09-26-2014, 09:15 PM)'Pckts' Wrote: TFS Apollo, any word on the story behind it?
Looks to be young siblings possibly? 
Either way, first the gypsy blocks the tigers other route of escape and then a man walks up on it and hand gestures towards it on foot.
Real smart, that guy deserved to be attacked. 


 


Im not sure about the story.
But the mistake is totally on the warden.
He was stupid enough to get down from the vehicle and stand infront of those tigers.
Those tigers looks to be young, may be subadults.
Unfortunately those cubs were cornered in both sides, which triggered the charge.
Fortunately no one is harmed and it was a warning charge.






 

Its only a matter of time. These people lack the respect needed to view these cats.
The same looks to be happening in Africa, people reaching outside of their car windows to snap better shots, etc.
These animals know one thing, They are KING.
Any body tresspassing, harassing them, standing in their way, confronting their young, they are going to let you know who is boss.
Unfortunately, its going to take a publicly viewed incident of a wild tiger or lion killing or attacking a tourists before they realize this.
Such a shame.

 
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One of the largest Tigers in Ranthambhore, possibly the bulkiest, the same guy that chased the Jeep for a mile
T42




Him chasing the Jeep




T24




Possibly T24 again, but not sure




 Bamera




One more of Bam




 
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@Vijay Rajan  can you id this tiger from Ranthambore




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T25 male tiger and T41 tigress mating





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(10-01-2014, 06:03 PM)'Apollo' Wrote: @Vijay Rajan  can you id this tiger from Ranthambore





 



My guess is Sultan.
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Biggest tiger in Ranthambore T28 aka Starmale.
This guy is taller and longer than other males in Ranthambore















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Munna of Kahna




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Munna Again



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Naak Kata Male



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T-72 (Sultan) Male tiger spotted at Ranthambore-Oct 2014









T24 male from Ranthambore




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Big Bamera








Star male from Ranthambore.
At 1.08 you can see a small croc walking towards the lake few meters away from starmale.




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Why are they calling T24 "sultan" male?
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(10-14-2014, 04:10 AM)'Pckts' Wrote: Why are they calling T24 "sultan" male?

 


T24 was called "Sultanpur", but some people will cutshort it and call him Sultan.
Thats why I sticked to numbering, because its better.


 
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Vijayarajan Muthu October 6 ·    Never say die !

At the end of the previous season, he had to face the ignominy of being overthrown by the intruder, Dollar Male (T-25) and losing his territory as well as his Ladylove Laila (T-41).

Apparently, he is back with a bang this season after having reclaimed not only his territory but also the love of his life, Laila.

Romeo has arrived and in some style !

Romeo (T-6), Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve.

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