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Tiger Predation

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Possibly Mahavir female's sub-adult male cub...



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Tiger kills boar



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(12-04-2017, 06:14 AM)CrysOmega Wrote: Tiger kills boar



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What Subspecies of Tiger is this?
I don't recognize the boar.
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About #142 and 143: that seems to be a reddish brown specimen of the eurasian wild pig. Like these ones:


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(12-05-2017, 01:39 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pckts :

About #142 and 143: that seems to be a reddish brown specimen of the eurasian wild pig. Like these ones:


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Unfortunately that doesn't clear up which sub species the Tiger is, Eurasion Wild Pigs are very widely distributed.
Thanks for the info though. Probably indochinese if I had to guess.
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(12-05-2017, 03:43 AM)Pckts Wrote:
(12-05-2017, 01:39 AM)Spalea Wrote: @Pckts :

About #142 and 143: that seems to be a reddish brown specimen of the eurasian wild pig. Like these ones:


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Unfortunately that doesn't clear up which sub species the Tiger is, Eurasion Wild Pigs are very widely distributed.
Thanks for the info though. Probably indochinese if I had to guess.
Yes it seems that we see only a wild pig's coat variation (without it's a different boar subspecie). But if that can help you, I can you confirm that this photo above would have been taken in the Malaysia forest. If the "reddish" wild pig are effectively more abundant in this part of Asia, the tiger can be indeed an indochinese one.
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(12-04-2017, 06:14 AM)CrysOmega Wrote: Tiger kills boar



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South china tiger, I found those images doing some searches and I found them interesting to share.

http://news.sina.com.cn/s/p/20090723/14546729.shtml
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(12-05-2017, 05:29 AM)CrysOmega Wrote:
(12-04-2017, 06:14 AM)CrysOmega Wrote: Tiger kills boar



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South china tiger, I found those images doing some searches and I found them interesting to share.

http://news.sina.com.cn/s/p/20090723/14546729.shtml
This most likely is in captivity since the S. China Tiger is considered to be extinct.
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@Pckts Here, http://news.sina.com.cn/s/p/20090723/14546729.shtml?from=wap
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Please refrain to use the font in the next time.
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(12-05-2017, 09:37 AM)GrizzlyClaws Wrote: @CrysOmega

Please refrain to use the font in the next time.

I do not even understand why it came out that way, it was not my intention to upset anyone.
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I do not know if this goes here but it is impressive that an animal the size of the tiger could be able to cause severe injuries to an animal the size of an elephant, the elephant after 48 hrs of the fight was still very nervous.

The elephant who finally got the tiger killed

The elephant who killed the tiger near the blindi ziria in Hardyah Beat of the lock range has finally got it. Many of the employees of the park had gone to every possible place in search of elephants.

Umaria. The elephant who killed the tiger near the blindi ziria in Hardyah Beat of the lock range has finally got it. Many of the employees of the park had gone to every possible place in search of elephants.
According to the information, this elephant who killed a beetguard and tiger was found in the Magadhi range, 20 km away from the incident site. For the past two days, the management had to make tremendous efforts to find this elephant.
Blazer elephant
During the fight with the tiger, this elephant was seriously injured. When this elephant was seen in the Magadhi Beat, it was very bluffing. The tiger's teeth were folded on the four legs of the elephant. There was also bleeding from the hedgehog. Not only this, elephants also had deep wounds in many other places in the body.
The elephant was nervous even after 48 hours of the incident. He was severely controlled and carried back to the Haridaha Beat from Magadhi. In the search of this elephant, the staff had been engaged for the last 48 hours.
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The name of this elephant, which is the beetguard Vinod Pakhale and hunting the tiger, is the eighth. Giving information about this elephant, the workers of Haridah Elephant Camp told that this elephant is well acquainted with the paths of the park. All elephants have special attachment to this elephant. This is the reason that the employees of the park are busy with full readiness to serve this elephant.

http://mnaidunia.jagran.com/madhya-pradesh/umaria-tiger-finally-got-the-elephant-killing-143428
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Tigress kills buffalo


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Tiger kills translocated wild water buffalo in CNP

Chitwan: A tiger entered in an open enclosure and killed one of its inhabitant wild water buffaloes in Padampur region of the Chitwan National Park (CNP), on Tuesday.
A monitoring team at the CNP found an adult female water buffalo dead in its enclosure after an attack by the tiger yesterday, acording to CNP Chief Protection Officer Ramchandra Kandel.

A team headed to the spot to carry out a postmortem today found the half-devoured carcass of the water buffalo at the distance of 60 metres into a bush, according to CNP’s Assistant Conservation Officer Abhinaya Pathak. He said a tiger was also traced in the vicinity which was later chased away.
Pathak said, the preliminary investigation shows that the big cat had entered the enclosure through the point which was repaired in the aftermath of the destruction caused by the monsoon floods. He added that the Royal Bengal tiger had used the same opening to get out of the enclosure.
Of the total 15 water buffloes, a herd of 12 water buffaloes were translocated to the CNP from the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve (KTWR) while three others were from the Central zoo which died after sometimes. Also, two female water buffaloes had died in the aftermath of flood disaster on September 2 and 10. Currently, there are only nine wild cattle left in the CNP.


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http://nepalisajha.com/tiger-kills-translocated-wild-water-buffalo-in-cnp/
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