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Game Warden

Great image Anurag. Where was it taken and what camera set up where you using? Matt.

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madaboutcheetah

WOW - Thank You!!! Where was this pic taken?

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Shreyas

Nice shot, thanks for sharing!

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Wow, that is wonderful!

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anurag sharma

thanks guys, this was taken in Ranthambhore tiger Reserve, India. Tiger in this pic is T17 daughter of Legendary tigress Machli & current queen of Ranthambhore.

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Tigress & cubs patrol their territory at Bandhavgarh
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Game Warden

Another great shot: where was this? Another from Ranthambhore?

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anurag sharma

Another great shot: where was this? Another from Ranthambhore?

 

Thanks Mate, this is Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in Central India.

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anurag sharma

WOW - Thank You!!! Where was this pic taken?

 

This was taken In Ranthambhore National Park, India.

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Atravelynn

Great shots, when was the Bandhavgarh pic taken?

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anurag sharma

Great shots, when was the Bandhavgarh pic taken?

 

Thanks, this was taken on 6th May2012.

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Atravelynn

Then I know the family! Thanks for the info.

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anurag sharma

One Eyed Warrior Mother: Bring up children is never an easy task for mother's whether in humans or animals. Despite having lost one eye in a fight, this one eyed tigress, Vijaya aka Kankati has ensured that her physical limitation does not impact the upbringing of her cubs. Tigerwalah salutes the spirit of this devoted mother...Happy Mother's day to all mommies...Picture from Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve India, May2012.

 

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anurag sharma

As summer peaks at Ranthambhore, life becomes difficult for animals as basic essentials food, shelter & water become a scarce commodity. Activity in the park remains confined to areas near water points, tigers love to spend most of their time in & around water bodies or cool shady places. As herbivores need to visit water holes frequently, the predators concentrate their activity at these water points in search of food.

While most areas of park are devoid of any activity, tiger sightings are relatively easy. T6 a dominant male of Berda, Semli area can be seen cooling off in a water body.

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Game Warden

How hot is it there at the moment Anurag?

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anurag sharma

How hot is it there at the moment Anurag?

 

Hi, day temperature crosses 40 degrees( centigrade) easily....hovers between 42-45 in the months of May & June. While the heat is difficult to bear, it is a very good time for tiger sightings as- increased visibility, limited movement of animals & concentration of activity around water points.

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Atravelynn

The mother and cubs is a real prize winner.

 

 

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anurag sharma
Tiger Tiger Burning Bright...in the forests of the night....

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Super LEEDS

Tyger, tyger but hey, who's bothered with pics like that :P Very nice, Anurag; shaabaash! :)

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anurag sharma

Mamma's Boys-T19 & her two male cubs are trying to keep themselves cool in hot summer.

 

 

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Tom Kellie

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Thank you for uploading and sharing such a compelling tiger image.

I especially admire the photographer's perspective, which is as if one was at tiger level.

The motion of the pwas and legs conveys so well the sense of a family in motion.

Really a superb image!

Tom K.

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