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(07-19-2018, 08:36 AM)Rage2277 Wrote:
(07-19-2018, 04:09 AM)Pckts Wrote: Pannalal info:


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In regards to Bheem possibly receiving his scar from Pannalal, I know Bheem didn't have his scar until May of 2017

Him in March 2017
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Him in June 2017
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So if Pannalal is at fault, it would of had to of happened immediately following his arrival to Bandhavgarh before any photographers had spotted him, if that is the case I'm not sure you can point the blame to him either way since no one is there to have witnessed it.

Bheem is generally in the Khitauli Zone and to my knowledge  Pannalal was there this past early December so it's entirely possible but the time frame seems to be a bit off since the Nose wound needed time to heal so it most likely happened March/April and I'm not sure Pannalal was in Bandhavgarh at that time, but who knows for sure. 
the june 2017 pic is mangu
Thanks, looking through more images I was able to see that Bheem had no scar through the summer of 2017 so he must have gotten it during the monsoon months prior to the start of the new season.
That leaves even more of a mystery in my mind since no tourists are allowed in Bandhavgarh during that time.
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Bandhavgarh.

june 2018.


New male khitauli zone.

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About #1048: I believe to have never seen a tiger with such stripes around the belly and the flanks.
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A big new Male seen on the tourist circuit towards the end of last season in Kanha Tiger Reserve. He is extremely shy of vehicles and moves away out of sight if he sees them 

T11 Ganheri Dadar Male


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Radha (rewilded daughter from Baghin Nala female's last litter) & Kishan in Nauradehi Sanctuary this June.



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Old video taken in 2007 in Kanha.
This video show's the fight between junior banda 1 and junior banda 2. Both males were brothers and sons of Banda.





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Sundari of Satkosia. ©Sudarshan Panda

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New Male (Khituli)

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Jignesh Patel JD‎ The tiger sightings in Tadoba has turned out to be interesting day by day with the appearance of new tigers in the Kolara area from different parts of the forest. 

Earlier we had posted about the Psuedomelanistic leopard in the tourism zone which had travelled about 50 kms from the Kolsa range to Kolara range in the two to three months looking for the territory. 

There is a similar incident which happened today in the Kolara buffer.

A young male, of about three years old has arrived to the Kolara buffer, where he was seen walking boldly on the safari track. Not only him but another young tiger of about two years of age stalked him curiously to know who this new tiger was! 

We identified the new male (3 years old), as one of the sub adults of Kuhani tigress from the Kolsa range, 50 kms away from Kolara. The sub adult (2 years old) stalking this new male is one of the cubs of previous litter of Sharmili, a tigress from the Kolara Buffer.

This infers that there might be an interesting tiger corridor which is leading the big cats to move away from their mother's territory (Kolsa) to Kolara. It is quite interesting to learn and understand how these majestic beasts travel so far to lead a successful life of a tiger. 

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(10-31-2018, 01:26 AM)Roflcopters Wrote: Thanks everyone for the input! It’s always good to see what others think. I haven’t had the chance to do my list. maybe i’ll do it later tonight.

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V7
Kankajhari
Matkasur
Bajrang
Kuhani sub adult male 
Sharmili sub adult male (Sharmili of Kolara buffer, kankajhari’s mate)
Shivanjari sub adult male #1

Kolara buffer is the new hot spot for Tadoba tigers. hope none of Kankajhari’s sub adult cubs get caught up in the mess.

Tfs!

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Shed some light on gbm9,10,13 and 16.

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These are gbms in chronological order you mentioned, also subbu i forgot to mention he is probably the biggest in nstr. Here he is

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Tall & Handsome......new Sheriff of Tadoba.......and the bandit lapwing

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One of Choti Tara's collared cubs not looking like so much of a cub now.
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Balaghat Male, currently residing in Khapa Zone of Kanha buffer.
Describes as well-maned, bulky, short in height & with a smallish pugmark. Probable farther of 4 cubs of Khapa female (T-72), asc he was seen with the family.

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(11-24-2018, 09:45 PM)Rishi Wrote: Balaghat Male, currently residing in Khapa Zone of Kanha buffer.
Describes as well-maned, bulky, short in height & with a smallish pugmark. Probable farther of 4 cubs of Khapa female (T-72), asc he was seen with the family.

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#Tigers move over long distances. This bulky male is a new entrant into the #Kanha landscape (Khapa buffer zone) and has migrated here from the #forestsof Balaghat district. Our #naturalist Pranad Patil photographed this hulk while on a buffer zone safari.
#ecotourism #travel #wildlife #corridors
image: Pranad Pati

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he looks quite like the dominant male of tipeshwar and round the same age too
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