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Tiger Predation

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I would like to inform everyone that outside every wild life sanctuary there's a buffer zone area, where most of the poaching takes place as sometimes they come outside these zones for certain reasons and get closer to the nearby localities. This intrusion becomes frequent and they get used to the public. 
A guy said that in bhopal centre capital of Madhya Pradesh tigers are regularly intruding the locality and also come inside the local colonies, intruding the college campus of jagran university and law college what is a semi densily populated area. 
There is a change in behaviour of wild animals as observed by the naturalist and forests official who are indulged in the safety of tigers . The wild cats are feeling more secure residing in near the locality...which is a double-edged sword.
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(11-25-2014, 07:39 PM)sanjay Wrote: Mighty Tiger Waghdoh dragging a full grown Gaur. Photo credit to Indian wildlife photographer Max Ali.

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@sanjay Lot of cool photos like this aren't visible anymore...Is there a way to retrieve them??!!!
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T 67 with Gaur Kill, #Kanha Tiger Reserve, May 2017

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The link 7 male had also made a Gaur kill a week and half prior, we could smell the rotting flesh as we drove past it on one of our safaris.
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Pic. Courtesy: Jai Paranjpe
( https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_f...1066285292 )

"We sighted a tiger known as Dhaman Gaon Male killing a gaur. This image was made seconds before the tiger made the kill!!!.."
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That male is actually the Karai Ghati (T-2) male not the T-67 male



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In the sequence of the image I posted yesterday , I'm sharing the image of the tiger killing the Indian Gaur by grabbing it's neck by its canines and the second one after the gaur finally gave in, and the tiger took a breather and gave us a look with blood all over its mouth

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(05-17-2017, 09:20 PM)Pckts Wrote: That male is actually the Karai Ghati (T-2) male not the T-67 male



Jai Paranjpe

In the sequence of the image I posted yesterday , I'm sharing the image of the tiger killing the Indian Gaur by grabbing it's neck by its canines and the second one after the gaur finally gave in, and the tiger took a breather and gave us a look with blood all over its mouth

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nah..that's dabang's boy t67 for sure
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( This post was last modified: 05-20-2017, 12:19 PM by Rishi )

Let's do it the proper way...

OLD WILDFACT POSTS:

Mrityunjay Kanwar
The hunk..
T-67 (dhamangaon Male)
11.3.17

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T2 / Karai Ghati Male. Kanha National Park, 1st Jan 2017.
Nikon D5 with Nikkor 500mm f/4.

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Now, PIC.1...

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..& PIC.2

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Check stripe pattern above/below left-eye (right is too similar)!!!
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Looks more like t-67 to me but vijay and min both confirmed him as Karai ghati unless there are two separate instances. I'll post the other photo when I'm at work later today and see if that's the case.
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(05-20-2017, 06:17 PM)Pckts Wrote: Looks more like t-67 to me but vijay and min both confirmed him as Karai ghati unless there are two separate instances. I'll post the other photo when I'm at work later today and see if that's the case.

Yes, plz do that.

I too think that both hunted gaurs seperately & there are two sets of photos.
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(05-20-2017, 07:03 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(05-20-2017, 06:17 PM)Pckts Wrote: Looks more like t-67 to me but vijay and min both confirmed him as Karai ghati unless there are two separate instances. I'll post the other photo when I'm at work later today and see if that's the case.

Yes, plz do that.

I too think that both hunted gaurs seperately & there are two sets of photos.

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Karai Ghati Male (T-2) with his kill.

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He was originally misidentified as T-67 and later ID'd as T-2.
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( This post was last modified: 05-21-2017, 04:34 AM by Rishi )

(05-20-2017, 11:37 PM)Pckts Wrote:
(05-20-2017, 07:03 PM)Rishi Wrote:
(05-20-2017, 06:17 PM)Pckts Wrote: Looks more like t-67 to me but vijay and min both confirmed him as Karai ghati unless there are two separate instances. I'll post the other photo when I'm at work later today and see if that's the case.

Yes, plz do that.

I too think that both hunted gaurs seperately & there are two sets of photos.

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Karai Ghati Male (T-2) with his kill.

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He was originally misidentified as T-67 and later ID'd as T-2.

Karaighati (t-2) beyond doubt!!  Like

The mark over his left eye is triangular, while Dhamangaon has a liner-horizontal one..(You don't have to see that though, you can see his face & tell).
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Some gaur-killings caught live...

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The larger ones who are more than a match for them, are hamstringed & they start eating before it diesof blood loss.

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Another...

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The ones who lived to tell the tale...

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