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Tigers of the Eastern Ghats

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Eastern ghats tigers include those from states of Andhra Pradesh, some parts of Tamil Nadu and Orissa. 
Simlipal tigers,

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Nagarjunasagar tigers,

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Gundla brahmeswaram sanctuary,

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More tigers from nagarjunasagar,

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Nice pictures, especially the Similipal black tiger in your first post. Most tigers seem a bit less dense than those in central and northern parts of India, but that could be a result of age (most tigers seem youngish).

The first tiger in your last post is as big as they come. He, the second and the third tiger in that post seem to be one and the same. 

Some years ago, I found a story in one of the American hunting magazins. The tiger shot by an American in Orissa somewhere in the fifties of the last century could have been one of the largest I saw. I'll post it in the tiger extinction thread. It has a photograph.
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Im loving the pictures. tfs
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Agreed peter. You can see Assam tiger thread. I posted probable reasons for their stockiness or muscular density. That may be due to intermixing of indochinese tiger genes though I am not sure. Tigers from rest of India seem to be almost same when it comes to stockiness. Perhaps the three are same individual. I didn't observe carefully thanks. I am eagerly waiting for your picture from simlipal from old hunting records.
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( This post was last modified: 01-03-2017, 06:20 PM by parvez )

More,

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Look at those forearms, damn god

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Tigers from kawal sanctuary 

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Satkosia tiger 
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Huge tiger (T2) from Nagarjunsagar Sirisalem Tiger Reserve, captured in cameratrap


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Nagarjunasagar tigers from 2012

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@Apollo that tiger from previous post was T1 not T2 I suppose. Correct me if i am wrong.
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(12-31-2016, 09:16 PM)parvez Wrote: Eastern ghats tigers include those from states of Andhra Pradesh, some parts of Tamil Nadu and Orissa. 
Simlipal tigers,

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What the heck happened to the second tiger's stripes? 

Seems as if he is more black than orange.
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Also in relation to the comment I just made, maybe the larger conglomeration of stripes on the second tiger could be a possible link to these melanistic tigers in the area.
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