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Tiger Predation

United States paul cooper Offline
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Shadow, how did you find my forum? There can only be one finnish guy looking at my tiger kills elephant thread..
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(01-12-2019, 02:38 AM)paul cooper Wrote: Shadow, how did you find my forum? There can only be one finnish guy looking at my tiger kills elephant thread..

I have no idea, when I seek information I look many places if there are any hints about good sources. So if that is me, then some keywords have been leading there.
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(01-12-2019, 02:38 AM)paul cooper Wrote: Shadow, how did you find my forum? There can only be one finnish guy looking at my tiger kills elephant thread..

https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-tigers-...pachyderms
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Gopinath Kollur
TIGRESS WITH A KILL

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From Shriharsh Gajbhiye's post in FB group CLaW - Conservation Lenses & Wildlife.

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Sometimes prey is slippery.... funny to watch how confused tiger is there Grin




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(01-12-2019, 01:44 AM)Shadow Wrote: Well, in cases,  where is told a little bit more, there have been explanations making sense. If a rhino get stuck on mud, it is very difficult to defend. That kind of situation can end only in one way if there is hungry tiger. Same would happen if there is hungry lion, any animal has to able to move to be able to defend.

But if focusing to find research reports/documents instead of making claims, then no-one should get upset. I think, that most people here have seen many newspaper articles, but not so much information from researchers.

So, whenever a tiger killed an adult rhino. It'll always be rhino stuck in mud and unable to move, but not something like tiger leaping on rhino back and mauling it to death, like what a lion done to adult hippo in a video where the giant herbivore can't defend itself?

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(01-14-2019, 10:08 PM)Pckts Wrote: Gopinath Kollur
TIGRESS WITH A KILL

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That's an impressive kill for a tigress standard!
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Maya with the carcass of sambar..
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Tiger Chasing Spotted Deer Fawn, Most interesting thing is, the male tiger was guarding the dead Gaur from other animals and birds and in the event it surprised everyone by chasing the fawn. In the end, fawn survived and was enjoying with the mother. Tiger returned back to the dead Gaur

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Huge Ranthambore male feeds on domestic cow carcass.





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CM-Chotamatka(sur) face off with Indian gaur
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