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Large male tigers from India (Videos Only)

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Even a tiger named B2 is insanely muscular. You can see its masculinity in the above videos. He is an icon feline. He was weighed 302 kg by sharad vats. He is 10 feet long and around 100-105cm tall. 
Just putting this in old-school American: B2 is roughly 665.80 pounds, 10 feet long, and from 39.37 to 41.34 inchest tall. That is a massive tiger!
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( This post was last modified: 09-19-2016, 02:33 PM by sanjay )

I see this video on facebook where Matkasur (Tiger) and Maya (Tigress) fights before settling down their issue.
Video courtesy: Pravin Jambhule, taken at 18/sep/2016 afternoon and it is from Tadoba Tiger Reserve.

This is Facebook Video click on it to play



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India parvez Offline
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(09-11-2016, 05:53 PM)brotherbear Wrote: Even a tiger named B2 is insanely muscular. You can see its masculinity in the above videos. He is an icon feline. He was weighed 302 kg by sharad vats. He is 10 feet long and around 100-105cm tall. 
Just putting this in old-school American: B2 is roughly 665.80 pounds, 10 feet long, and from 39.37 to 41.34 inchest tall. That is a massive tiger!

It is surely a wonder to know that B2 the massive tiger is still nothing when compared to kaziranga tigers!!
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(09-11-2016, 05:44 PM)parvez Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 06:17 AM)Blackleopard Wrote: Oh ok, yeah I think  Ive heard of that tiger.  It just looked like a tigress from the first video, maybe it was the angle.  Yeah I agree hes definitely cut on the arms, but the rest of the cat doesn't look particularly that formidable, Ive seen some large tigers before at exhibits with massive heads and thick forearms, but those were mixed Siberian's so perhaps the Siberian is stronger.  Are there any weights or measurements out there for Raja?

Even a tiger named B2 is insanely muscular. You can see its masculinity in the above videos. He is an icon feline. He was weighed 302 kg by sharad vats. He is 10 feet long and around 100-105cm tall.
302 kg means extremely large tiger. Do you have any source for this information?
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(09-21-2016, 01:55 AM)Amnon242 Wrote:
(09-11-2016, 05:44 PM)parvez Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 06:17 AM)Blackleopard Wrote: Oh ok, yeah I think  Ive heard of that tiger.  It just looked like a tigress from the first video, maybe it was the angle.  Yeah I agree hes definitely cut on the arms, but the rest of the cat doesn't look particularly that formidable, Ive seen some large tigers before at exhibits with massive heads and thick forearms, but those were mixed Siberian's so perhaps the Siberian is stronger.  Are there any weights or measurements out there for Raja?

Even a tiger named B2 is insanely muscular. You can see its masculinity in the above videos. He is an icon feline. He was weighed 302 kg by sharad vats. He is 10 feet long and around 100-105cm tall.
302 kg means extremely large tiger. Do you have any source for this information?

I do not have the source for this information. But it was proved in yuku forums that a naturalist sharad vets weighed him and confirmed him to be 302 kgs. Unfortunately i do not have the links. May be @Apollo or @Roflcopters have it as they were very active on yuku.
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Do any of you remember KZT-083? He is apparently the largest tiger in Kaziranga.


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Sri Lanka Apollo Offline
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Raja from Bandipur latest footage




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I'm not sure if this one was shared.

Waghdoh male, April 2016. Credits to trupti kothari.

What a beast  he is.



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India parvez Offline
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Wagdoh is massive and bigger, but is not deeply muscular as B2 IMO. TFS anyways.
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Pench Imran SaveWildlife
Rayyakassa male

PENCH Tiger reserve mp
https://www.facebook.com/imran.wildlifea...888316337/


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Mr. Stripes, 'Spotted'!

Raiyakassa male - The Most-Sighted male Tiger in Pench !


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What a Sight — at Junglehomeresort Spa.
https://www.facebook.com/rohan.waghaye/v...858706175/
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Smart Pacman from Ranthambore.
What a good looking male he is turning out to be.




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(10-02-2016, 11:39 PM)Apollo Wrote: Smart Pacman from Ranthambore.
What a good looking male he is turning out to be.




What a difference a year makes, one to two more years and he's going to be another big boy in ranth.
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Zambar the siberian tiger bigger than wagdoh?
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(10-04-2016, 08:23 PM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote: Zambar the siberian tiger bigger than wagdoh?

Doubt it...
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(10-04-2016, 09:46 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(10-04-2016, 08:23 PM)P.T.Sondaica Wrote: Zambar the siberian tiger bigger than wagdoh?

Doubt it...
In ancient siberian tiger(siberian tiger now bad genetic in incest and bad prey) vs kaziranga tiger who is bigger?
Sorry my english not good
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