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Tiger Predation

Rage2277 Offline
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 The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge, Tadoba-Size doesn’t matter; all that matters is a perfect timing, for a perfect catch!
It was late evening when we had an enthralling experience with the tigers. The tigers had come to the water and relaxed as they sat and cooled themselves down. They were hungry and looking for an opportunity to hunt.
The sub adults got into a little action with their play fights. The saw an Indian Gaur approach the waterbody all alone and stalked the Gaur. They weren’t confident enough of hunting the Gaur as they hid flat on the ground and waited for a long time.
The mother observed these two sub adults stalking and joined the hunting game. She too stalked; as they all were at a distance and finally got closer to the Gaur. The wind was against the tigers and didn’t give much clue of their approach.
What happened next is in the video!
Video Credit: (Naturalist, Team BFSL)
We at The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge, have loved sharing this story with you, and shall bring you regularly as part of our Responsible Tourism Initiatives to raise awareness about the nature and culture of the environments we operate in.
#tiger #indiantiger #tigerofindia #tigerhunt #tadoba
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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India Rishi Offline

Kishor Gumaste
27 November 2014
Tiger & Gaur - Image from 2010 trip to Tadoba. The magnificent
male tiger stalked this Gaur calf and charged. But the mother Gaur intervened and attempt was rendered unsuccessful. The tigers roar engulfed the forest and left us stunned.

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Tadoba Safari & Stay by Roaring Wild Travel Co.
4 June 2017 

Tigress on Indian Gaur kill . Indian Gaur is world's largest cattle . It can weight around 800kgs or more . Indian gaur is a strong wild animal but a tiger here in Tadoba are strong enough to take them down . 

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Natwin Wild Photography & Tour's
 21 April · 

Tiger chasing a guar 

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United Arab Emirates BorneanTiger Offline
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The last known Caspian tiger in the Trans-Caucasian (South Caucasian) country of Georgia was apparently a Persian individual that had been killed after hunting livestock in the village of Lelobi near what is now the capital city of Tbilisi, in 1922:

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The area of Lelobi in Georgia:

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United States Pckts Offline
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"Imagination was given to man to compensate him for what he is not, and a sense of humor was provided to console him for what he is."
-Oscar Wilde
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Rage2277 Offline
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R Mangam‎-?Big bold girl lara with wild boar kill ?
Tadoba Junona Zone 
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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