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Safari pictures from our 22 days overland trip!


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On our 22 days - big cats of India overland trip.

We traveled 9 different places to see big cats of India -

 

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Beautifull pictures, thanks for sharing!!

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Lovely images, @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler. Where did you see the dhole?

@ Sangeeta I saw dhole in pench national park!!

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Lovely to see the Dhole. :)

Thanks wild dog!!

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Dholes! how wonderful to see them.

 

was that a snake swallowing the frog? what snake was that?

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Thanks, @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler! Did you get to spend some good time with them? They look quite relaxed in your photo

@ sangeeta ..yup.. I had spent nothing less than half and hour with them.. they were 5 and roaming very relaxed in the jungle after their meal.

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@ Kitsafari.. this snake was trying to swallowing the frog and to a great extant he did that but at the end frog had spread his legs and becoz of that snake couldn't swallow it.

This is the checkered keelback or Asiatic water snake (Xenochrophis piscator) is a common species of nonvenomous snake found in Asia.

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