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Tiger Predation

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Some People Says " Munna is Aging now and going to loose his strength slightly " but this is recent example. Munna is still strong enough to chase Bisons and still moving like a King .
4 Hours with Munna . GAME IS ON..
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#KillingForLiving.. Predator n Prey series "Living Legend Munna "

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Few Failure attempts doesn't make me Weak inside. its a part of Any Predators life. But it needs courage to chase huge gang of Biasons at this Age...

( Living Legend Munna )

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Huge male tiger carrying a chital stag head.
Can anyone ID this male from Pench ???




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( This post was last modified: 07-15-2016, 01:06 PM by Apollo )

(06-15-2016, 09:07 PM)Rage2277 Wrote:



 tigress with leopard kill in sariska june 2016





Here is the killing part










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Poor little leopard.... Still cool too see this for the first time!
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Corbett tigress, Paarwali

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She came out again onto Sambar Road, scent marked her territory and walked passed the vehicles towards the Ramganga Reservoir. Just then a herd of deer crossed the reservoir. She began stalking them. It was that she was hunting. Moments later, Paarwali walked up the ravines. It was quite a distance from where we were. Considering that she just got into cover, I thought that she would take time before an attack on the deer. So I decided to put on a teleconverter. During those few seconds, she charged and hunted a deer across the reservoir. Due to the distance at which we were, I didn’t realise that she caught a deer. A few moments later there was a commotion and my guide and driver pointed out and said that she had a deer in her mouth.
http://www.thewildside.in/trip-report/corbett/
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( This post was last modified: 07-22-2016, 09:24 PM by Ngala )

Photo and information credits: Sanjay Singh
Tigress dragging a kill.
Bandhavgarh June '16
While our jeep was right in front where we were watching the Mahaman male Tiger cooling in the water hole, there was a sudden commotion as someone saw the Tigress moving. She was well behind us, at least 70-80 metres away, with several jeeps, shrubs and people between me and the tigress.
I was very lucky to get this one, relatively uncluttered shot. 

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Choti Tara carrying her kill near Jamni lake, Tadoba.





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Luke Hunter. Wild Cats of the World."Tigers,including females,are recorded killing very large Mugger Crocodiles up to 4m long"
P.K. Pandit. "There are instances of fights between crocodile and tiger in Ranathambhore Tiger Reserve of India over prey, but in the end the tiger won the battle. Among the encounters between lions and crocodiles it was found that sometimes the lion and sometimes the crocodile won the battle."

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Jitender Govindani
Beautiful click from Corbett by Abhishek Deshmukh


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Majestic click from Dudhwa by Sharad Kumar Vats

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Tiger on a Hunt by Varun Thakkar — with Varun Thakkar.

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Tiger cub feeding on a large boar kill Tadoba.




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[*]The giant predator pounced on the Sambar deer while it was out hunting for food for its four young cubs 
[*]A brutal 20-minute fight took place during which the tigress locked its jaws around the deer's throat
[*]Prey managed to wriggle free, kicking the tiger in the face before bounding off into the forest to safety
[*]Dramatic scene was caught on camera in the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, in Madhya Pardesh, India



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(08-25-2016, 02:58 AM)Pckts Wrote: Jitender Govindani
Beautiful click from Corbett by Abhishek Deshmukh


Jitender Govindani
Majestic click from Dudhwa by Sharad Kumar Vats

Tiger on a Hunt by Varun Thakkar — with Varun Thakkar.


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The tiger's hand's were full with food, why would it still expend hard earned energy to kill that small deer, I mean isn't it strange?

You guys must've heard of  John Vaillant & his story about the Russian poacher Volodya Markov who met his fate at the hands of a vindictive tiger. Well, Vaillant goes on to write in his book The Tiger, “Amur tigers will occasionally kill bears solely on something that we might recognize as principle.”

Vaillant could be true after all.
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@Apollo:

About #821: Awesome photos ! I salute the samba deer's stamina.
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( This post was last modified: 09-12-2016, 10:51 PM by Ngala )

Reply #821: Very nice sequence, @Apollo. I think that the survivor will not easily forget this experience. Fantastic action. Tfs
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