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Tigers of North-Eastern India

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@Hello jaipur, the biggest tiger in captivity was believed to be 1.25m tall. Hence, i estimated modern day Bengals to be that tall.
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(09-20-2020, 05:21 PM)parvez Wrote: @Hello jaipur, the biggest tiger in captivity was believed to be 1.25m tall. Hence, i estimated modern day Bengals to be that tall.
Please show me the source,The tallest captive tiger was a Bengal over 1.18 m.In my opinion for modern day cats (Largest subspecies) 1.2 m (Straight line) is at most.Nothing beyond that.
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Shere khan male.

Kaziranga tigers are completely massive, its ridiculous him compared to those cows in the beginning.




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The one-eyed male from Kaziranga.

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Nat Geo photographer Steve Winter on how a Kaziranga tiger tried to prey on elephant cubs:




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Gorgeous dark red color on this cat

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Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve

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looks like this old man is on his last legs, you can see how skinny and wounded he is

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Kazi-57M male tiger

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Royal Bengal tiger at Kaziranga National Park assam

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