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( This post was last modified: 08-23-2017, 02:31 PM by Rishi )

It's about time he got the recognition he deserves...

This gentleman here has been nicknamed Nantu by the guides & photographers. He is currently the dominant male tiger of the Sajnekhali Wildlife Sanctuary (<see link for map) the most sighted & camera-friendly individual of the marshes.

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There are lots of photos of him & he can be easily identified by the "fragmented cross-mark on his right cheek".
This one was taken from the Sudhanyakhali (marked in map) watch-tower.
In the wild, expect the unexpected, as we humans haven't really much clue of what to expect.
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Sick tiger tranquilized for treatment.




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Tiger caught in Pilibhit




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( This post was last modified: 09-14-2017, 04:06 PM by Rishi )

Males from Dudhwa Tiger Reserve.

The photographer Siddarth Singh calls this one "Charger of Dudhwa" for being crancky...& looking a bit like him.

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Scissor or Gulrighat male, the dominant male tiger of Tourism Zone 1...

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Known but unnamed Male...

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A video showing a wild Siberian tiger intrigued by an infrared camera was shot in Muling, northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, on Aug 13, 2017. 
It was the sixth time the Siberian tigers had been caught on film in the region.





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He walked more than half a kilometre following us .An unforgettable moments with a very Bold sub adult male cub of Mahaveer female .
Probably he is fathered by late Kingfisher male as the cubs facial marks looks same as kingfisher male.

Kanha Tiger Reserve
October 3rd
2017


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Mesmerizing Eyes /
Basavanakatte Male of Bandipur Tiger Reserve
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A sub-adult Viraat. The triangular mark on his right cheek makes identification easy...


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