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Tiger Predation

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She was killed by another tiger, but not the one challenging her territory in the documentary. Her daughter lost her litter during the monsoon most likely yo pneumonia. Not been a good tear for her progeny.
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she was killed by spotty if i recall @Ashutosh
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Tiger kills a domestic bull






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Monu Dubey Pench
Tigress with Kill in Pench


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The Queen Of Paar trying to kill wild boar


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"In the same valley of the Fata river, where two families of wild boars lived, a large family bed was found among a pile of oak leaves, and at 400 meters from it, in the bushes of chosenia, 160 kg male wild boar killed by a tigress. Judging by the tracks, the tigress ate prey two days. "
Bromley Ussuri wild boar 1964

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"In 1963, three large boars were found near the Columbus River, killed by the predator not far from one another."

Kucherenko P.S. "To the ecology of the Amur tiger"
"В 1963 г. в районе реки Колумбе были найдены три крупных кабана,убитых хищником невдалеке один от другого"

Кучеренко П.С. "К экологии амурского тигра" 1972
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Duplicates of posts regarding death of Maya's daughter Mira due to injuries received in an attempted Gaur hunt.
(10-08-2019, 12:13 AM)Pckts Wrote: Meera has died from injuries suffered in a failed hunt on a Gaur with her mom, Maya. 


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Ranveer Singh Gautam Sanket Kanhere as per FD she was injured in a fight with gaur.
(10-08-2019, 12:47 AM)Spalea Wrote: Shujath Mohammed: " RIP Meera.. Saw her for the first time in June 2018 as tiny fur ball walking boldly along with her mother & sibling towards us, instantly realised she would grow up to become a pretty looking queen some day, saw her the last time in May 2019 as she came to have a sip on a hot summer afternoon she was as pretty as they get.. Got the disheartening news today morning dat she succumbed to injuries suffered due to tussle with another animal nature is as real as it gets only the strongest will survive..  "

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When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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In this episode of In the wild, famous Hollywood Actor Bob Hoskin visits India in search for the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. This video showcase a scene in the documentary where several very young tiger cubs attempt their first hunt, and their target are not land dwelling mammals but birds, infact Vultures.
When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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During the study, the carcass of an adult female wild water buffalo was found and judged to have been killed by a tiger (pers. obs. February 29, 2000). Tigers are the primary predators of wild water buffalo in HKK; however, the finding of an adult wild water buffalo killed by a tiger does not fit well with the suggestion of Lekagul and McNeely (1977) and de Silva et al. (2001) that predators of wild water buffalo prey primarily on calves, juveniles or unhealthy buffalos. Another paper exists that supports the view that adult wild
water buffalo are also subject to predation by tiger.
Bhumpakphan (1997) reported finding two adult wild water buffalo that had been killed by tiger attacks in HKK. Attacks on calves and juvenile wild water buffalos by tiger are also likely to be common. Petdee (2000) found buffalo hair in tiger scat in the wet season, a period that coincides with birthing season of wild water buffalo.
STATUS OF WILD WATER BUFFALO (Bubalus bubalis) IN THAILAND
Rattanawat Chaiyarat 2004
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mowgli with domestic bull kill vid from Tadoba Safari & Stay by Roaring Wild Travel Co.
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