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Tiger Predation

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Tigress Lightning with her kill.
After seeing a man walking the tigress jumps off the wall.




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Solo tigress feeding on sambar kill in Bandhavgarh




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Tiger hunt in Corbett


Its tough to just sight tigers in Corbett National Park, leave alone have this once in a lifetime experience of watching one successfully make a kill from start to finish!
Very rare




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(08-29-2017, 03:49 AM)Apollo Wrote: Tiger hunt in Corbett


Its tough to just sight tigers in Corbett National Park, leave alone have this once in a lifetime experience of watching one successfully make a kill from start to finish!
Very rare





Very nice video he captured all the hunt from the start
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Spotty tigress feeding along with her cubs in Bandhavgarh




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Tiger hunt in Ranthambore




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Talking about tiger predation, there once was an account about a tiger killing a 20 years old female elephant. Here is a link. Now I have a hard time believing this is actually possible. Do you guys think this account is reliable?
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Every scar tells a STORY!
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While waiting for a leopard to come back to its langur kill which he had left on a tree, saw this mighty male gaur with scars on his neck. Looks like he lived another day!
Please view in full screen mode for details.
June 2017 @ Kabini Forest, Karnataka
[url=https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kabini-Forest-Karnataka/241027395979851?fref=mentions][/url]

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(09-11-2017, 10:31 PM)Pckts Wrote: Kishore Reddy

Every scar tells a STORY!
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While waiting for a leopard to come back to its langur kill which he had left on a tree, saw this mighty male gaur with scars on his neck. Looks like he lived another day!
Please view in full screen mode for details.
June 2017 @ Kabini Forest, Karnataka
[url=https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kabini-Forest-Karnataka/241027395979851?fref=mentions][/url]

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Incredible powerful animal
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*This image is copyright of its original author


http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1...2917719000
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