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The Terai Tiger

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Tulli Pulliya is the new male sighted in Kishanpur. Raptor male is another new male from the rhino area.


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male tiger from Sathiyana range. today’s sighting. Dudhwa really has some massive tigers.
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sub adult male from pilibhit Dec 2023
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( This post was last modified: 12-15-2023, 10:27 PM by Ashutosh )

Kishanpur males (swipe to see the bulk on the last one):



Young Kishanpur male:



Gulrahi male:



Young Corbett male:



Young Pilibhit male limping:



S2 male, Dudhwa:



Sathiyana male, Dudhwa:

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 tension with Shiva and his sibling at chuka Beach pilibhit dec 2023
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( This post was last modified: 12-19-2023, 05:02 PM by Ashutosh )

Dudhwa giant named Rustom:

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Kshitij Saxena 
Axe Male...
Pilibhit 
Looks to be a young up and comer

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Brijesh Kumar Mishra
Male Tiger PS - 2 of Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

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(07-08-2019, 11:30 AM)Rishi Wrote: Hmm. It seems that i have been misled... 
Thanks for your response @Jimmy 

Farther & son?

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@Rishi Those males are the same. If you look closely, the forehead markings and markings above the right eye is identical in those pics. Here is a good picture to compare.

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Barahi male, Pilibhit:





Axe male, Pilibhit:




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Tulli Pullia looks quite a bit larger than the Thunder Male
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apparently Thunder is taller and bigger in length but Tulli Pullia is more bulky.
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(02-09-2024, 03:32 AM)Roflcopters Wrote: apparently Thunder is taller and bigger in length but Tulli Pullia is more bulky.

You can see their shoulder height, if you mark it against the post Tulli looks a bit taller, length is too hard to tell obviously. Bulk there’s little doubt who’s got the advantage there.
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Tulli Pullia (below)


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Thunder (below)


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luckily we have pictures of both in the same place to be able to compare, I don’t see much difference in the height either. 


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here’s Nak Katti female at the same spot.
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