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Tiger Predation

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BATTLE OF TELIA 

This is a rare event similar to "Battle of Kruger".
This took place at the Telia Lake inTadoba NP.
Here two tigresses Lakshmi & Madhuri (mother and daughter) cornered a huge male sambar near telia lake and stalked and chased the sambar for whole 24hrs.
The huge male Sambar entered the lake several times where he was stalked by a croc.
Finally the tigresses were successful in bringing down the big male.


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Two tigers bringing down a wild boar


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Sub adult tiger from Bhandavgarh dragging a Sambar


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Telia cub chasing a cheetal


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Tigress stalking chitals at Bhandavgarh


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Gaur kill by the Kabini's backwater area male


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Tiger killing a Blue Bull


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(04-26-2014, 07:01 AM)'Apollo' Wrote: MALE TIGER ON SAMBAR KILL


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(04-23-2014, 07:59 PM)'Apollo' Wrote: Tiger with croc kill


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(04-30-2014, 07:30 AM)'Apollo' Wrote:
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This is the sambar hunt observed by Valmik Thapar. However, this picture don't make them justice. In other pictures, of the same event, the sambar looks massive.
 
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(05-01-2014, 11:38 AM)'GuateGojira' Wrote:
(04-30-2014, 07:30 AM)'Apollo' Wrote:
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This is the sambar hunt observed by Valmik Thapar. However, this picture don't make them justice. In other pictures, of the same event, the sambar looks massive.
 

 


Hi Guate,
If possible do post those pictures. 
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Tigress chasing a wildboar


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Tigress dragging a sambar carcass


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Gaur found dead near Sathyamangalam forest  

An Indian Gaur was found dead just outside Kaanakara forests under Sathyamangalam range on Monday. According to forest officials, the gaur was chased out of the forest limits by a tiger before killing it As it was an area with human presence, the tiger left the carcass behind after eating a small portion of the flesh and reentered the forests.   

An autopsy was conducted and the body was later charred to ashes. "As the gaur was killed outside the forests and that too in a village, tigers may not eat it. So we decided to burn the carcass,'' said Erode Forest Conservator D Arun. 

This is the second gaur to be killed in the Sathyamangalam forests in the last two weeks. Another gaur was killed when a speeding vehicle knocked it down at the Hassanur-Thalavadi route two weeks ago.   

Home to a large number of elephants and gaurs, Erode forests reported many wildlife casualties in the recent past. It was only last week, one elephant was found dead in Bejaletti area. The total jumbo deaths in the district over the last 10 years are 298. 

During January, carcasses of four elephants were found in three forest ranges in the district.
 


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