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(08-13-2021, 03:24 AM)Ashutosh Wrote: Balwan, Kanha:



Dhamangaon male, Kanha:



@Rage2277, the Kurai Ghad male is Langdi’s cub. The litter after L mark.

knew it..ithought he looked like her i was looking for photos of her previous litter to confirm..what about the other rukhad boy? he has to be a brother
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the khapa family in balaghat i'm assuming t88 is a tigress from the kanha stock don't think i've seen good photos of her seeing her laying there she doesn't look much smaller than him if at all
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( This post was last modified: 08-16-2021, 09:35 PM by Ashutosh )

Sambhaji, Pench.



Kingfisher male, Pench:



Kurai Ghad male, Pench:



All 3 are in an area between Turia Gate and Rukhad buffer. Sambhaji looks the most impressive, but he is also the oldest. The Kurai Gadh male is an interesting one.
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the male in the vid is also kurai ghad @Ashutosh
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Hey human, not while I poop Not the best pose for such a majestic animal, but the story behind this image is interesting. Once again, it was the Akola buffer zone at Panna Tiger Reserve. Got up excited at 4:30 (actually barely slept out of excitement because news had come in that the tigers in that zine had killed a Sambar deer the earlier day and were expected to be around the kill for next 2 days.) I had not seen a tiger in a jungle safari for more than 2 years! Left from the hotel at 5 am, reached the gate at 6 am sharp and we were the first to enter the forest. The experienced driver, @bannupanna_ptr took the gypsy straight to the spot where the tiger and cubs were seen earlier evening. No sign of any movement for over an hour but we waited patiently. Soon, 3 more vehicles joined us at the spot. Then it was decided that 2 vehicles will remain there and the other 2 will check surrounding areas (Akola buffer is just 19 sq kms). So, within few minutes, we were back on location. One driver had heard the tiger growl from the bushes but hadn't been able to see anything. After almost 3.5 hrs of zero action, I told Bannu that we wl have to leave because I was due to take a session at the drivers' training. Bannu said, 'एक मिनिट सर. वो पीछे ड्राइव्हर क्या देख रहा है झाडी मे चेक करते है!', and he reversed the gypsy for almost 100 metres! The other driver told us that he was suspecting a cub moving around in the bushes and asked us to check by reversing further on. Just as we turned around a bend, I saw this huge male named T7, pooping by the side of the road. Thanking my lucky stars, I quickly signalled Bannu to stop and managed a few clicks before the surprised tiger got off the road. T7 is relatively shy for a male tiger and I barely got time for few images. I will never forget the moment we saw each other both surprised for different reasons! Me pleasantly surprised to see a huge tiger when I was almost on my way out. Him shocked to be disturbed while he relieved himself peacefully. What a moment! Mother Nature rocks!!! #nikonphotography Panna Tiger Reserve, M.P. 12th Aug 2021 [color=var(--secondary-text)]=AZUQkOC8gUxXOFIXVqDlNtZ5qtE2LYjlr5ip58yEI_a0ysBf8dM20jS_LfK4-SXbZeNeddPslcDBYS0WBUQFBV4dQx8Jt_XfIItTjCshDiyn_Vnh9-3Rh3U7HWtwhgJgKNVaP80qesYuICE12ZqQPhb7&__tn__=-UC*F]Avirat Shete[/color]
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The Satpura big boy, Ravan 2.0 aka R2:



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Tadoba gang, updated for 2021..

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Nstr tiger,

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Amrabad tiger,

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Sambhaji, Pench:





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D2, Bandhavgarh:

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The bearded one aka Dadhiyal, Tadoba:



Dadhiyal and Patlinbai’s 2 subadult male cubs:



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The most dominant male of Tadoba, MOWGLI. His sons with Jharni are looking really good as well:

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@Ashutosh wait was sundari from bandhavgarh released in kanha? this collared female looks like she's from bandhavgarh but that male is def a kanha boy not sure who..he looks like one of the Mundidada bros  



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Sundari from Bandhavgarh and MB3 were released in Satsokia except that plan failed spectacularly as she killed 2 people. She was kept in a big cage like the one in Bandhavgarh there and finally after 3 years was released in Kanha in May this year.

Not sure who is the male though.
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