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Tigers of Central India

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( This post was last modified: 05-07-2021, 11:10 PM by Ashutosh )

Few fresh faces:

Mastaan, Pombhurna forest of Chandrapur adjoining Tadoba.



CT male, Sillari in Pench.



Arjun, Panna.



New male, Pench.

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Khali

A full grown male tiger was found limping in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve today. He could not walk due to paraplegia in hind limbs. He's tranquillised and now being shifted to Gorewada Rescue Centre in Nagpur for treatment.


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( This post was last modified: 05-21-2021, 11:43 PM by Ashutosh )

Mahamam looking frail.



Chota Matka, Tadoba.



Sangam, Kanha.

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idk..he looks good to me @Ashutosh
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Kanha tiger,

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Pench tigers,

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( This post was last modified: 05-29-2021, 10:36 PM by Ashutosh )

Naina (T76) of Kanha has raised a litter of 4 and all of them look very impressive:











This son though stands out:





Other daughter:

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( This post was last modified: 05-29-2021, 10:57 PM by Rage2277 )

one of naina's sons from her previous litter was bigger than her and was not even two years old yet..surprised they were killed off like that. but her current litter are looking good @Ashutosh
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@Rage2277, well, this time both her sons were already bigger than her at about 20 months. By the way, some have even given these two names because they are confident of them reaching adulthood. One of them is called Santram from what I know.
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Bhopal tigers, 

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From Estimation of tiger densities in the tropical dry forests of Panna, Central India, using photographic capture–recapture sampling

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Tiger density in Panna Tiger Reseve

The mean

tiger density at Panna was lower than at another dry forest
site at Ranthambore (11.46 tigers/100 km2), which had a
25-year history of protection. However, the mean density
(6.94 tigers/100 km2) in our study area, which covered
77% of the reserve, was reasonably high compared to
other human-impacted sites in India for which reliable
data on tiger densities are available (Karanth et al.,
2004).
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D2, Bandhavgarh.



V7, Tadoba.



T67 (Yuvraj), Kanha.



Kanhaiya, Panna.

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6/2/21
T46 


6/2/21
T30


Looks like both are sharing Mukki atm
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( This post was last modified: 06-08-2021, 12:38 AM by Khan85 )

Does anyone know which tigers are these? 

This one is from Kanha (looks like a subadult) - 

   

https://frontline.thehindu.com/environment/conservation/article31915011.ece

This one looks like a tigress, but no idea from where (possibly Kanha) - 

   

Got this from this interesting article on Suggested Protocol For Radio-Telemetry Studies on Tigers

Lastly, this image of possibly Jai when he was being collared

   

^Article here
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(06-08-2021, 12:35 AM)Khan85 Wrote: Does anyone know which tigers are these? 

This one is from Kanha (looks like a subadult) - 



https://frontline.thehindu.com/environment/conservation/article31915011.ece

This one looks like a tigress, but no idea from where (possibly Kanha) - 



Got this from this interesting article on Suggested Protocol For Radio-Telemetry Studies on Tigers

Lastly, this image of possibly Jai when he was being collared



^Article here

top looks like one of the link 7 boys from back in the day k1/k2 second looks like their mother old link 7 female last one appears to be jai
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