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Tigers of Central India

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#‎Tiger‬ ‪#‎Bittu‬ and ‪#‎Srinivas‬ ‪#‎sighting‬ @ ‪#‎Umred‬- ‪#‎Karhandla‬ ‪#‎wildlife‬ ‪#‎sanctuary‬ ‪#‎Gothangao‬ ‪#‎Gate‬

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Pradeep Singh

Bheema from Kahna


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The Old King!
Devendra Singh Naruka
I am Back...
Munna "THE CAT"
at Kanha National Park
17-05-2016
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Great to see munna after many long days. Bheema is impressive, after all the genes of the late B2.
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Naren Malik

Another wonderful trip comes to an end, finished 16 safaris with Shaurya and Anvi and had some amazing wildlife encounters including a courting pair of big cat, two leopards any many more. And off course spending 30 respectful mins. with 'the legend' (Munna) will be forever in memory. Miss you guy........

Munna


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Umarpani Male

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Choti mada/BT female

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Neelam/Collared Female

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Umarijhola Female

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Umarpani Male

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Umarijhola

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Munna

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Chitvan Jungle Lodge, Kanha National Park, India

Photos taken by our guest Shaurya Reshamwala last week with Naren Malik

Bheema

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Link 7 aka Bob

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Umarpani Male

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Not sure who this is but he was recently in a fight, I think its Bheema

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Link 7 Canines

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The mighty Kingfisher and some idea of how he compares to Bheema

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Shaurya Reshamwala Bhima is taller for sure ...so is Kankatta ,Uma Male and Kingfisher are more stocky...

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Link 7

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Old Man Munna


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Good to see a large collection of Kanha males, Munna looks the same as he did a few years back. what a powerful specimen he is and the true Emperor of Kanha.

Out of all the mukki males, I think it's Kingfisher > Bheema > Umarpani > Chota munna in terms of raw size.
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8 number tigress who allegedly killed neelams female cub, couldnt get her head shot!

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Yashwant Shekhawat

Another Male LINK 7 @ Bagh Pullia, Mukki Zone----- 04/06/2016 Evening

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Vijayarajan Muthu


The Link-8 Female was born in monsoons of 2013 to the Mundi Dadar Female (Link-7 Female), sired by the erstwhile Dominant Red-Eye Male. She also had a Male sibling who hasn't been sighted in the tourism zones since quite a while.

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Naren Malik
Kingfisher male,
Mukki zone,
Morning drive 25/05/2016

With the help of forest department, now its cleared that this male is from nilla nallah (Kanha zone) or bhuvain dabra female.

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Naren Malik


Umarpani male,
Mukki Zone,
28/05/16 Evening drive.

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Ajeet Gurditta
The Shy sub adult male Tiger
Kanha
May 2016.

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Vijayarajan Muthu He is the very scarcely sighted Jamun Tola Male. TFS Ajeet ! Would you mind sharing the location please ? In case you have shots of his Right / Left flanks, please do share !

Ajeet Gurditta Vijayarajan bhai this Tiger was sighted on Road no 9 in Kanha zone as said by Kundan bhai.
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Ajeet Gurditta
Bheema
Kanha
Oct 2015. — at Kanha Tiger Reserve.


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"Flehmen Response"
Bheema
Khanha
Oct 2015.

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Vijayarajan Muthu
Bandribehra Male (Kankata's Son), May 2016

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Bandribehra Male (Kankata's Son). PC : Rachit Singh

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Jamun Tola Male, Dec 2015. PC : Harpreet Dhillon

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Bandhavgarh national park

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Mohammed Junaid

'' Charger ''
Of Satpuda
June 2016
‪#‎charger‬

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This Tigress is probably from the last litter of the Legendary Jhurjhura Female of Bandhavgarh. She was successfully reared by the Forest Department in an enclosure after her mother's tragic death and successfully translocated to Satpuda Tiger Reserve. Nostalgic moment for me coz Jhurjhura Female was the first ever tiger that I sighted in the wild.
Any correction or information about the same is most welcome.
Satpuda Tiger Reserve,
Summer of 2016.

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Photo and information credits: The Ranveer Singh Gautam photography
"Rishtey main to Hum sabke BAAP hote hai " - Wagdoh Male(Tatr)

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Kanha tigers,

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More from kanha,

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Nice pictures Parvez, keep up the good work. 

kind of thinking back, I miss hearing about Katezari, Gabbar and Saturn from Tadoba. Katezari hasnt been seen for well over an year, i hope hes alright.
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