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Tiger - male & female fighting over a kill. Ranthambhore National Park - Rajasthan - India Featured Related Images Print

Tiger - male & female fighting over a kill. Ranthambhore National Park - Rajasthan - India

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Tiger - male & female fighting over a kill
Ranthambhore National Park - Rajasthan - India
Panthera tigris
Chris Brunskill
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© Chris Brunskill / ardea.com

Bengal Tigress - Large cub; going into a stalk approaching sibling Featured Related Images Print

Bengal Tigress - Large cub; going into a stalk approaching sibling

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Bengal Tigress - Large cub; going into a stalk approaching sibling
Ranthambhore National Park, India
Panthera tigris tigris
Alternative spellings: Ranthambhor / Ranthambore / Ranthambor
Joanna Van Gruisen
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© Joanna Van Gruisen/ardea.com

Bengal / Indian Tigers - two young play fighting Featured Related Images Print

Bengal / Indian Tigers - two young play fighting

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Bengal / Indian Tigers - two young play fighting
Ranthambhore National Park, India
Panthera tigris
Alternative spellings: Ranthambhor / Ranthambore / Ranthambor.
Sequence. These images were taken on 30 November 2007 at 8.45am. They show two of three female cubs of a famous Tigress known as 'Machli' or 'Lady of the lakes'. They are appoximately 15 months old and are play-fighting to help hone their hunting and fighting skills. Tigers inside Ranthambhore National Park are relatively safe, but when these cubs grow up, they have frequent fights among themselves. As a result the weaker ones have to move out of the park to find new territory, where they often fall prey to poachers.
Jagdeep Rajput
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© Jagdeep Rajput/ardea.com