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  1. Thread: The Hulk

    by John Gryphon
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    An excellent answer thank you Sabyasachi Patra

    An excellent answer thank you Sabyasachi Patra
  2. Thread: The Hulk

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    Can you advise as to the distance between the two...

    Can you advise as to the distance between the two places. Tadoba/Corbett please.

    It theoretically is possible for genetics to have travelled so far since the Bachelor days i`m sure.
  3. Thread: The Hulk

    by John Gryphon
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    That is a wonderful tiger in his prime perhaps...

    That is a wonderful tiger in his prime perhaps genetically related to the long gone " Bachelor of Powalgarh
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    Magnificent.

    Magnificent.
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    And thank you he is a magnificent tiger

    And thank you he is a magnificent tiger
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    I have seen many Sambar calves in Australia. ...

    I have seen many Sambar calves in Australia.


    https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/a48/gryphone/calf_lick.jpg?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds
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    He looks to have quite a few years to me,is he...

    He looks to have quite a few years to me,is he aged?
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    A wonderful photograph!

    A wonderful photograph!
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    That is a great photograph.

    That is a great photograph.
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    Or could that drop be the butterfly`s waste?

    Or could that drop be the butterfly`s waste?
  11. Thread: The Kill

    by John Gryphon
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    Another wonderful capture.

    Another wonderful capture.
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    A lot of concentration is exhibited by the...

    A lot of concentration is exhibited by the tigress.
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    A wonderful photo.

    A wonderful photo.
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    Perhaps he has a porcupine quill in his foot?

    Perhaps he has a porcupine quill in his foot?
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    Beautifully marked rosettes stand out so nicely.

    Beautifully marked rosettes stand out so nicely.
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    Lovely photo.

    Lovely photo.
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    Imagine being on the bank in front of them coming...

    Imagine being on the bank in front of them coming towards your camera!
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    What a beast! His hind feet being far lower on...

    What a beast! His hind feet being far lower on the fall of the ground accentuate the sloping backline.
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    And no vehicles in the back ground makes it an...

    And no vehicles in the back ground makes it an even better capture.
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    A wonderful photo.

    A wonderful photo.
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    The inner top tines are really well down on the...

    The inner top tines are really well down on the main antler beams on the left Stag,a really lovely photo for me.
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    Lovely photograph.

    Lovely photograph.
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    A powerful cat.

    A powerful cat.
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    Lovely looking little deer.

    Lovely looking little deer.
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    Shyamala Kumar One day I shall visit India...

    Shyamala Kumar

    One day I shall visit India with my camera and hope to see the sights that you do too.
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