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  1. Thread: Bagheera

    by Debasis Bose
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    Picture is worth thousand words. You are...

    Picture is worth thousand words. You are fortunate to sight the ghost of the forest and beautifully captured the moment with your lens for lifetime. I dream to have such a sighting
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    A place called Rajbehera

    Rajbehera female with rajbehera water body in background

    Nikon D700, Nikor 70-200 F2.8, Shot @ 70 F8, ISO 2250, 1/250s
  3. Majestic looking tiger, beautiful coat....love...

    Majestic looking tiger, beautiful coat....love the image
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    Amazing sighting that any wildlife lover can...

    Amazing sighting that any wildlife lover can dream of, lovely composition.
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    This is a sighting of lifetime, can imagine how...

    This is a sighting of lifetime, can imagine how the feeling you must have been going through. Nice record shot
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    Natures Masterpiece at Home

    Nature’s great masterpiece enjoying cooling itself with water spray in the pathless woods of Himalayan foothills. CTR

    Nikon D4s, Nikon 300F4 FL ED, shot @ 300 F8, ISO 320, 1/640s
  7. Rare and Elusive Himalayan Flying Squirrel

    Once in a life time sighting of rare Himalayan flying squirrel. I was ready with Nikon D4s, settings @ ISO 32250, shutter speed 1/250s to avoid any shake, aperture was full open, latest FL ED 300 MM...
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    Breathtaking yawn beautifully timed shot. In fact...

    Breathtaking yawn beautifully timed shot. In fact a dream shot for any wildlife enthusiast
  9. One needs to be not only fortunate but blessed to...

    One needs to be not only fortunate but blessed to have rare melanistic black panther in wild. Beautifully composed image
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    True Albino indeed! Did you spot it in wild?

    True Albino indeed! Did you spot it in wild?
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    Rare sighting! Thanks for sharing

    Rare sighting! Thanks for sharing
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    Dear Sabyasachi, I cannot agree more, there is...

    Dear Sabyasachi, I cannot agree more, there is ascending trend in unaware and rowdy tourism, but will blame more to the drivers and guides who encourage such things. I have a feeling that this year...
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    Dear Mrudul Madame, This picture was shot from...

    Dear Mrudul Madame, This picture was shot from the gufas just below seshshaiya statue, from there the path to the fort begins. This season sighting was fabulous. There is no end to the tourist, good...
  14. Mrudul Madame, this was photographed in Oct 2016

    Mrudul Madame, this was photographed in Oct 2016
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    Wild and Picturesque Forest

    Calls of the birds, insects and far away alarm call of sambar deer confirming predator on prowl, that is about a beautiful forest called Bandhavgarh.
  16. Tranquil forest with supreme predator

    The majestic denizen of pristine Sal forest of Bandhavgarh.

    Nikon D700, Nikon 70-200 F2.8, Shot @ 200 F 5.6, ISO 6400, 1/500s
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    Excellent image and one needs to be extremely...

    Excellent image and one needs to be extremely fortunate to have such sighting and you are blessed
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    Some more information from National Geography to...

    Some more information from National Geography to make it interesting.
    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/05/deer-eating-human-forensics-decomposition/

    This is from EOL
    As per Encyclopedia...
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    Dear Saktida, Thank you for pointing the long...

    Dear Saktida, Thank you for pointing the long tongue is more important for devouring insects and ants. John Reeves did observe this, similarly as Krishnan did, while serving in East India company....
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    Dear Sabyasachi please reference:...

    Dear Sabyasachi please reference: https://www.muntjacdeer.co.uk/

    Where it is mentioned by John Reeves
    The population now found in most of southern England is the Reeves’ Muntjac (muntiacus...
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    Something Unkown about Kakkar

    The Canine teeth of Muntjac or Barking Deer or Kakkar, inferring they are Omnivorous. After photographing 100's of barking deer over past 10 years, succeeded to click the canines of barking deer last...
  22. Thread: Bats

    by Debasis Bose
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    Mrudul Madame, Magnificent capture! Beautiful...

    Mrudul Madame, Magnificent capture! Beautiful images not only display some facts, they tell stories, awake feelings, manage to share the emotions and difficulties you experienced when clicking the...
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    Pallas's Fish Eagle.

    This eagle seems to have a injury (air gun shot or catapult or maybe inflicted during fight) on his left breast.

    Nikon D 7000, Nikon 600 F4, ISO 800, 1/1600s Corbett Tiger Reserve
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    Am fascinated by beautiful landscape

    Corbett Landscape

    Nikon D3100, Nikor 24-120 F4, Shot @ 24 F7.1, ISO 100, 1/200s
  25. Beauty of young ele in Manas landscape

    Young cow crossing the forest road in Manas National Park.

    Nikon D 700, Nikor 24-120 F4, Shot @ 24 F8, ISO 400, 1/640s
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