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Tigers of central india

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Two days back choti madhu aka t 52 s one cub(6-7 months old ) was seen sitting not very far from ambeuttara male ... 
Both could see each other but niether did the cub go very close to him nor did the male try to kill the cub....
And the very next day Bajrang was seen all bruised sitting at a waterhole .

The Cubs are believed to be sired by bajrang , but y didn ambeuttara male just kill the cub ...
Complicated life of tigers ??
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( This post was last modified: 09-02-2020, 06:27 AM by BA0701 )

Not the video I was looking for, in the lion section, that was similar yet involved lions in a like incident. However, given Tiger's reputation as being man eaters, in some ways this video is even more astonishing. I'm sure a change of shorts was in order following this encounter.




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