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Ranthambore

T112 aka Caduceus, son of Krishna’s (T19) third litter with Teddy Bear (T74). Seen mating with T103. Born in March, 2017.



T112 mating with T103



T64 aka Akash, son of Krishna(T19) from her first litter with Star male (T28). Born in 2011.



T104 (chiku or blue eyed male), brother of T 103. Born to Akash (T64) and Laila (T41) in June, 2016.



T107 aka Sultana born in November, 2016 to Singhst (T57) and Noor (T39). She has 1 year old cubs.

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Tadoba males.

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this is awesome ! few males are missing from that list.
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Garhi male, Kanha.



Sangam male, Kanha.



Singhst, Ranthambore.



Bamerason, Bandhavgarh.



Bajrang, Bandhavgarh.

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Shaurya Vardhan Singh

T-46 a.k.a Bhaisanghat Male

Kanha Tiger Reserve, March'21

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In the last decade, no male tiger has mattered more to conservation than Betal aka T3 (ladies man). He is very elusive, but has recently been pushed out to the tourism area of Panna. He is 17 years old now, but, still looks decent. Very few tigers can claim to have fathered over 40 cubs.

Other than being famous for Panna’s population recovery, T3 demonstrated the homing instinct which people always believed animals had. He was only a fortnight walk away from Pench when brought back to Panna.

You can see he has been injured most probably by someone younger:





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Bali, son of Jai, seen here in Mansinghdeo Wildlife Sanctuary and also in Surewani gate of Pench Tiger Reserve.







Also, BMW. @Rage2277, he is bigger than Matkasur, surely.

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chinibee_photography - The Tigers of Bandhavgarh.

This is the mighty Fully grown adult male tiger named "Mahaman Male" aka "T 39".
He is named after the Mahaman dam area and has been the dominating male of one of the biggest areas and has mated with three tigress, the famous Dotty, a tigress from Jobi Van area and Dabhadol female. He is seen on rare occasion and we were lucky indeed to sight him and capture him on video and still cams for a quite some time.
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Females of Kanha (swipe left to see more).



Dadiyal, Tadoba.

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