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Tiger Predation

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Tigress with gaur kill in Tadoba.
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That thrilling moment when the tiger that’s been stalking his target (Gaur), is about to launch the attack! Chota Matka at Tadoba, Dec 2018

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Father and son (T 30 and male cub of T 33)
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26 May 2017
It was a happy family time where all 6 ( T 30, T 33 and 4 cubs) were seen together. One gaur was killed in the early hours of 26 May by T 33. When the gaur was down, all the cubs started feeding while animal was taking his last breath. Then T 30 also joined the feast. Once they had enough of it, they all nestled together in the nallah bed to spent rest of the day.


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This image is clicked by RO Mukki by his mobile. One cub is not in this frame, but T 30, T 33 and 3 cubs can be seen. No I don't have the images of tigers on the kill. The mahouts did click in the morning when they were looking for T 30.


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Tiger interaction with python





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The video of Arrowhead taking down sambar





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@Apollo :

About #1510: I suppose this tiger named "Arrowhead" is still young and doesn't how to proceed to kill this sambar.
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Young tiger runs through grass and attempts to attack wild buffalo, Kaziranga National Park, India

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Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris) chases chital deer prey on grassland, Bandhavgarh, India
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Killed Indian Gaur (bison) at Waghdow area and kept one more by breaking leg. The majestic Animal Tiger is so special in wilds which, perhaps cruel by instinct, still plays a crucial role in nature conservation.

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(01-25-2019, 01:12 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Apollo :

About #1510: I suppose this tiger named "Arrowhead" is still young and doesn't how to proceed to kill this sambar.

Yes she was a young subadult when she made this kill.
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Eww! An eyeball came out. Poor thing... Disappointed  @Pckts 


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( This post was last modified: 01-27-2019, 07:19 PM by Shadow )

This is one sad video to watch. Also a pity, that people upload videos like this and then don´t bother to write even a few lines to description, that what kind of observations and when. This kind of footage could be interesting information if there would be something more too. Pity, that people are often so lazy. There is some discussion, maybe someone here understands and could translate something to get maybe more information?




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(01-27-2019, 05:38 PM)Sanju Wrote: Eww! An eyeball came out. Poor thing... Disappointed  @Pckts 


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Sanju can you understand that discussion on background of that video in my last posting?
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(01-27-2019, 07:20 PM)Shadow Wrote: Sanju can you understand that discussion on background of that video in my last posting?

LOL, they are not even talking, feels like they are murmuring or whispering even I used head phones on full volume. I understood one thing that they are speaking Hindi and also Hindi is obvious as it is from Kanha of MP or central India and one thing they keep telling us "He is sitting" and "may be he'll stand now". @sanjay can clear this I think.
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(01-27-2019, 07:37 PM)Sanju Wrote:
(01-27-2019, 07:20 PM)Shadow Wrote: Sanju can you understand that discussion on background of that video in my last posting?

LOL, they are not even talking, feels like they are murmuring or whispering even I used head phones on full volume. I understood one thing that they are speaking Hindi and also Hindi is obvious as it is from Kanha of MP or central India and one thing they keep telling us "He is sitting" and "may be he'll stand now". @sanjay can clear this I think.

Thank you for trying! :) I guessed, that it can be difficult to understand even when speaking same language, voice quality is quite poor :/
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