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Tigers of South India & Western Ghats

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@Pckts, Tipeshwar is next to Tadoba. This one goes in the central Indian thread.
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vijaymraj - The cat’s out of the bag. My recent few visits to Kabini has made me wonder what has changed? The preponderance of a few tigers in safari zones to stay put on the safari roads and walk long stretches,head on to a vehicle,is something which did not happen with the same earlier. All I encountered previously was a quick darting across the road or at best a small saunter for a distance. Now it is a leisure walk sometimes even holding on as if budging us to move on! Thanks to all the mothers in tourism zone who have taught the kids that the safari vehicles will be there and you get on with life. Also thanks to the numerous Staff of KFD and also well behaved tourists. The tiger surely shines bright,as did this young male of Kabini, who walked for well over 2 kms with our vehicle in front. 
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Kabini

Russell line female and sub-adult cub



Russell line male



Her almost grown up cub



The other matriarch - Tiger tank female



Her partner in crime - Tiger tank male (I posted a couple of elephant cub stalking videos, he is the male)



Male tigers (miscellaneous)





Big male

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Bandipur





Kabini



Backwater family Kabini



Russell line male



Russell line female



Another Kabini family



Male

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[/color]Walking in the woods.... — at Nagarhole Tiger Reserve.
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Two subadult brothers going at it @Nagarhole. You can see one is bleeding.



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The victor



Backwater male (Swipe for more videos)



Backwater female, his mate.



Wandering male from Kabini



The dominant cub from the latest Russell line litter. She is fearless.



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Injured tigress from Wayanad



Mudumalai



Kabini mother letting her daughter know it’s time to move out



Backwater female



Tiger tank male



Kabini male

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