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Nepal tigers

Romania Spalea Offline
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@Roflcopters :

About #149:


You told: " numbers surely doubled in the last 10 years, the bigger problem is the lack of prey. which ultimately leads to tigers killing livestock for survival. this is an ongoing issue around Khata corridor and other areas where human interactions have increased considerably. only real solution i see is to move people away from the forest areas and introduce more prey in areas where the numbers have drastically reduced. more tigers mean bigger food source and if food source is limited. it becomes a life long issue for long term survival. Nepal is headed in the right direction from a conservation stand point, i think sooner or later they will figure out a solution. those rehab facilities are limited and super costly so i don’t see it as a solution, it’s just a temporary gateway to ensure survival but ultimately prey depletion is a huge issue that needs to be properly addressed. "

I'm agree with what you said. Wild life and huge human society are mutually exclusive. The apex predator situation is the ultimate end. Protecting an apex predator like the tiger involves to favour and develop the bio diversity of every level of life: other predators, scavengers, herbivores and flora. Without that, bad interactions between tigers and human interests (livestock, settlements and so on) can occur. But how could it be possible inside countries where the demography is galloping ? The existence of these sanctuaries could only be enabled through an unbridled capitalism renunciation. Perhaps possible in such countries like Nepal in which some traditionnal connections with the nature can still exist. Connections giving back to the natur its original significance, which one the human being must learn to interact softly. I know, there are big words...
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Male tiger immobilized for research in Chitwan (1982). 

   
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( This post was last modified: 02-06-2023, 09:35 PM by Ashutosh )

This Chitwan female is one of the biggest tigresses I have seen!




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(02-06-2023, 09:34 PM)Ashutosh Wrote: This Chitwan female is one of the biggest tigresses I have seen!





nice footage!





another big girl that was captured last year. not sure which park.
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Tiger in Parsa National Park, Central Nepal:


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Male tiger:


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Tiger in Bardia National Park:


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Male tiger:


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Male tiger:


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Male tiger:


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( This post was last modified: 03-21-2024, 09:32 PM by Apex Titan )

Fitting a radio-collar on a male tiger called 'Prarambha' in Parsa National Park:


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Camera trap photo of the tiger 'Prarambha' a few days after it was collared:


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