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Tigers of Central India

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Ram Kathariya
Handsome Hulk 

Jaychand Male


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Ram Kathariya April 2018



Mohammed Junaid‎ 
Handsome Hulk 

Mystery Male


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Rahul Tailang

“Head On”



Symbol of Power and Beauty..


Bamera Son, June 18 , Magdhi Zone, Bandhavgarh National Park, Canon Gears..

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Ramraj Uikey Pench
New Male 

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New king. Pench National Park. MP 


#TOCl. June. 2018

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Ram Kumar Yadav kanha 

Nila Nila female and Bajrang

june 2018


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Swethakumar Rangarao Bobbili

Wishing him well in Satkosia, Orissa
MB2 , Kanha
2018


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Shashanka Nanda

T-74 son of the legendary Sundari T-17. Patrolling the edges of his territory. 


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Uma male Mukki 2018

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Akash Nagar‎ 

Shot on target...Bandhavgarh

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Ramraj Uikey Pench
Supkhar male T 57 


Kanha Tiger Reserve. ( mukki zone ) June. 2018

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Deepak Talan
B2 from 2010

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Ashwin Mehendale

Survival in the forests.

The subdult male cub of Mahaveer female aka MB2 who killed one of the three cubs of chhoti Mada ( another tigress from the Mukki zone)

The killer from Mukki.
Chhoti Mada with her perished cub.(Record shot)


Mahaveer's subadult cub
Kanha national park,
April 2018


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With reference to the title...
On our last safari in these historical sal trees and unfathomable meadows I was in mukki zone searching for this elusive Cat, suddenly we sensed  a very foul smell of probably something dead. Clear sign of kill / predator is around.

Suddenly I heard a small growl  and a tigress came out of the bushes and I witnessed a tragedy in front of my eyes. “Chhoti Mada” ( Tigress) was carrying her dead 4 months old cub in her mouth which was killed by this MB2 tiger in the picture. There was a blue silence in the air. She went and kept her dead loved one in the bushes , came out , she was growling, I can clearly sense the grief and equally rage in her growl, she was devastated. Nature.

All of sudden I heard a growl on the other side where she was sitting. The juvenile killer came out of the bushes. He realized that he has no chance against her. As whenever a tigress, especially a mother, is in rage or grief or anger, she can take down a full grown male tiger as well.

Soon as she saw him, she charged on him with a rage! The harsh roar echoed!! Scared, he ran away but all remained with her was a grief of losing her beloved one.

That's what it takes for survival in these uncanny forests. Nature. The survival of the fittest!


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Mb2 subadult cub of mahaveer female.


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Choti mada with her cub.

I don't believe a tigress could take down an "fully grown male" but there are known cases of tigresses beating and scaring young ones away.
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(08-12-2018, 12:12 AM)Pckts Wrote:

Kanha Tiger Reserve. ( mukki zone ) June. 2018

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That's a pattern you don't see often. Small, thin stripes.
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alot of the mukki clan have this pattern
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Sourav Kumar Panda‎ 
Matka On The Rocks


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RC Meshram
LOST LEGEND OF BANDHAVGARH 2014 BAMERA MALE

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Ratnadip Khobragade
Jaichand

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Sharad Bandhavgarh
Tiger's of Bandhavgarh 

...........2018.........


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Vikram Khanna‎ 
The Chakradhara Male Cub 
Extremely Rare record in Bandhavgarh.
13 May 2018, Tala Zone
Bandhavgarh National Park
Umaria,Madhya Pradesh. 
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(08-13-2018, 05:14 PM)Rage2277 Wrote: alot of the mukki clan have this pattern

I googled it, not much came up.
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(08-14-2018, 01:08 PM)Shir Babr Wrote:
(08-13-2018, 05:14 PM)Rage2277 Wrote: alot of the mukki clan have this pattern

I googled it, not much came up.

You won't find much on that way. These are actually based on observations by long time followers like Rage & @Roflcopters.

Anywho, that pattern is more common in the southern part of central India, right upto Srisailam Nagarjunsagar TR.
(10-26-2016, 05:45 PM)parvez Wrote: This is M8 GB9

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Kanha actually has a Male by the name of  "Thin Stripe"


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Throwback from the last summer at Kanha.. T-3 aka Thin stripe male was in a very feisty mood on this day after a brawl.. he has not been sighted in the tourist circuits since then, this could possibly be one of the last few images before he has moved over to a new territory


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Sahil AK
Two Massive males of Kanha . 

Kankata ( in front ) and Thin Stripe. (second ) 


Kankata is known as one of the most Dominating male of Kanha. we used to called him Fighter mostly . Coz he was always ready to fight with other tigers. 2015 Was his last season. Gt vanished in air. Nobody knows where he gone. There are many if and but I heard but dont have proper evidence. Its Still a mystery for me. 

Thin Stripe male.. came from Pench in 2010 , killed Chain male and took over Minkur. He mocked the kanha breed for 4 years, showing the power of the Pench's Charger's line. And then Uma male showed him the power of Munna's lineage and took him out, .. 
Then he fought with kankata in june 2013 but kk also defeated him. 
Very Fitting ending for TS.
2013 was his last season 


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sahyadri tigers,
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Source: Two tigers found in Sahyadri



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Source: The Sahyadri Corridor Project
with help of Wisdom of the god
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Ritesh Yadav

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T2 From Kanha..

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(08-17-2018, 10:18 PM)Pckts Wrote: Ritesh Yadav

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Dhamangaon hadn't surfaced in a while.  
Good to see him again.
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Absolute bliss when a male tigers gives you 20+ minutes head on to your single gypsy.

Mahaman Male, Bandhavgarh.


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Happy Independence Day 

the King of Mukki 2018


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