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Large male tigers from India (Videos Only)

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This male was rescued from Tezpur village and released in Nameri.
The cage must be atleast 110 - 120 cm tall, yet it is small for the tiger. He cannot stand up. Gargantuan. 




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(09-02-2021, 01:54 AM)Khan85 Wrote: This male was rescued from Tezpur village and released in Nameri.
The cage must be atleast 110 - 120 cm tall, yet it is small for the tiger. He cannot stand up. Gargantuan. 





this one's an oldie from back in the ava days
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(09-02-2021, 08:22 AM)Rage2277 Wrote:
(09-02-2021, 01:54 AM)Khan85 Wrote: This male was rescued from Tezpur village and released in Nameri.
The cage must be atleast 110 - 120 cm tall, yet it is small for the tiger. He cannot stand up. Gargantuan. 





this one's an oldie from back in the ava days
A glimpse of treasures of northeast
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Panna





2 male brothers about 2 years old called Heera and Panna:





Juvenile males make temporary coalitions to survive, but these two have parted ways recently. Here is Heera from April:





Heera and Panna are sons of tigress P234. She has littered again and has 3 cubs in her new litter.
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Big Jhirna male, Corbett:




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kuraigad male in rukhad pench
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Kingfisher male, Pench:

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(10-18-2021, 09:11 PM)Ashutosh Wrote: Kingfisher male, Pench:


that's the kuraigad boy
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