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Tigers of North-Eastern India

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two diff males one with a wound on nose bridge and the other with a wound on top of his head..wonder if those two were fighting seems like they were sighted in the same vicinity.
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As soon as we entered the western zone gate, we saw two jeeps were already waiting because a guide could see a tiger in the bush sleeping. We decided to wait with them. Suddenly we saw a rhino coming towards the bush with her calf. Guides were almost sure that the rhino will not allow the tiger to sleep there. Rhino took 45 minutes to cover the ten minutes walk where the tiger was sleeping. she made a sound and the tiger jumped up and tried to confront the rhino but seeing the mother rhino's furious mood decided to leave the place quietly.
We were thrilled to see a male tiger after our seven unsuccessful safaris. 
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