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Tigers of Central India

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Ram Kumar Yadav Kanha
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Very Rarely Seen Jharani Female from Navegaon Buffer area of Tadoba ..... And she has a notorious reputation of charging vehicles

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Kalpak Sawlikar
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SHIVANZARI MALE

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kolsa zari gate
2018

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(08-21-2018, 01:44 AM)Pckts Wrote: Ram Kumar Yadav Kanha
KTR-T-64

January 2018


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Nilesh Patel
Very Rarely Seen Jharani Female from Navegaon Buffer area of Tadoba ..... And she has a notorious reputation of charging vehicles

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Kalpak Sawlikar
" JrSHIVAJI"

SHIVANZARI MALE

#kalpaksawlikar

kolsa zari gate
2018

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That tigress is huge.
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The huge muktar. This is the one tiger that impressed me extremely after b2. I got awestruck and blown away by his sheer size. Can anyone please show more pictures of muktar? Thanks.

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@paul cooper

ofcourse she is, after all. she’s the daughter of Wagdoh male and Wagdoh(Kori) female.


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here she is as a cub with Big Daddy.


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Nov/2017 last year 


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Sep/2017 - the queen of Alijanja buffer and Navegon buffer.




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Narasimha used to be her mate but he was displaced by Kali (son of Namdev), she currently has cubs with him. She’s probably the most ruthless female in Tadoba, known for charging at vehicles and very aggressive. most of the females inside core zones are average sized at best. Jharni and majority of Kolsa females are probably in a different league. Hirdi Nallah also is a huge female.
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(08-22-2018, 08:36 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: @paul cooper

ofcourse she is, after all. she’s the daughter of Wagdoh male and Wagdoh(Kori) female.


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here she is as a cub with Big Daddy.


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Nov/2017 last year 


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Sep/2017 - the queen of Alijanja buffer and Navegon buffer.




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Narasimha used to be her mate but he was displaced by Kali (son of Namdev), she currently has cubs with him. She’s probably the most ruthless female in Tadoba, known for charging at vehicles and very aggressive. most of the females inside core zones are average sized at best. Jharni and majority of Kolsa females are probably in a different league. Hirdi Nallah also is a huge female.

According to my guide and Naturalist/Friend, most of the Gaur and Gaur Hunters are in the Buffer areas, that may have something to do with it.
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Sanjay Shukla
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Mandla, MP
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From Jan. 2018

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 The Wounds And scars Represents the fight for survival. A fighter and Warrior. Bheem A Dominant Male Tiger ? Of Khitauli zone. 1974jp 
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TIPESHWAR..
The Queen mother ..The gorgeous lady from Pilkhan. Ajinder Singh
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The rare and elusive but aggressive kankajari male.
Madnapur buffer
Tadoba.
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Matkasur on the rocks

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One of the most recognisable faces of tigers in India - Wagdoh - Tadoba

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Somnath Sinha Roy first from Moharli Lake he was displaced by Bajrangee, then with Madhuri he shifted to buffer, then from Buffer he was displaced by Khali...after that no news...nobody saw him for a long time...
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King of Bandhavgarh..
Mangu..
June18 Mrityunjay Kanwar
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angry spotty Up close n personal.... kmg__photography
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The reason why I love photographing my wildlife is that we miss so much of the small details with our naked eyes......... For instance in an image like this........ the sand spray as a massive male rises........ The idea of freezing a moment makes it more permanent.......
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Sorry this took a while @parvez 

here you go, these are all the pictures i have of this giant beast.

Mukhtar Singh of Pench, MH.


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@Roflcopters Thanks a lot buddy.
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