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This tiger was rescued from a deep well by Dr. Nitin Gupta at Bandhavgarh tiger reserve Madhya Pradesh for treatment and release.





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Can anyone try to find his weight and measurement ?



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This is all i could manage...

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T-91 (Mirza) has been redesignated as MT-1 now & is awaiting his mates(2) from Ranthambore.
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Nagzira Amit Dongre‎ 
T9 (Bajirao)Male
King of new Nagzira


CHORKHAMARA GATE 
Nagzira nawgaon tiger reserve 
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Nitin Bopche no,he is came from taboda tiger reserve in 2016 from kolsa range.
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(05-23-2018, 01:25 AM)Pckts Wrote: Nagzira Amit Dongre‎ 
T9 (Bajirao)Male
King of new Nagzira


CHORKHAMARA GATE 
Nagzira nawgaon tiger reserve 
(NNTR)



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Nitin Bopche no,he is came from taboda tiger reserve in 2016 from kolsa range.
Nagzira Amit Dongre‎ 

BAGIRAO (T9)
Huge male tiger of New Nagzira Wls
CHORKHAMARA GATE 2
NNTR

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It was a wonderful morning safari where we got to sight a new male #tigerthat to head-on and for two hours near water body. He looks like BMW ( but he is not) he should be approx 6-7 years old huge and bold. 
This is not the end moving further towards the collarwali territory.. We got a bonus to sight Collarwali on kill...
In short today's morning safari was full of unexpected moments and sights.
5th June Pench


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Omveer Choudhary[/url]‎ 
As usual started with my morning safari towards [url=https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/collarwali?source=feed_text]#Collarwali
 area in #turiaPench, where I saw few vehicles waiting in her area, as they heard an alarm call, so I asked my driver to move ahead but suddenly within 50 meters we saw a huge male tiger walking towards us but as soon I asked my guest to sight the #tiger he went in as he was quiet shy, so we move behind to keep some distance for him to come out and within few minutes the royal #majestic animal came out and gave us his glimpse by giving #shutterbugssome good shots.


Story still continues after our short break, saw many vehicles have spotted him now but couldn’t get his sight so as you all know patience are always rewarded in #wildlife, so after waiting for almost two hours we saw him coming out towards water body and we got a second chance to sight this #brave #bold male tiger who seems to be very powerful as he is trying to get his territory for which he had a fight with another male tiger Raiyakassa who was badly injured during the fight.
5th June, 2018

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@Pckts post#1039, here is Bajirao aka T9 as a young cub, check the stripes. he’s now a powerful resident male in Nagzira with his own cubs everywhere.
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Camera trap of Charger drinking at a waterhole.
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Excellent video about Bandhavgarh tigers and their lineage.




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Taken from the book Riding the Tiger - Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes
Edited by John Seidensticker, Sara Christie and Peter Jackson 1999

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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
Teerath Singh

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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. 
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(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
Shivraj Singh

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Him in June 2017
Teerath Singh

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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
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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
Shivraj Singh

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Him in June 2017
Teerath Singh

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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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