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Thread: One of them is Gone For Ever........Periyar Tiger Reserve

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    Default One of them is Gone For Ever........Periyar Tiger Reserve

    Drama unfolds at Periyar tiger Reserve,Kerala........And no Tiger is involved!

    When we saw a herd of Sambar deer,nobody realized what had just happened.......One of their clan was hunted down by a group of Wild Dogs.....The rest of the clan didn't have a clue what to do....They just watched as the big group of Dholes devoured one among them.......(We didn't see the hunt but only saw the Sambarr group and Wild Dogs eating something....)

    Canon 400D,55-250IS,ISO400,1/500,5.6

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    A nice scene of of "Nature's Play" beautifully documented. The Sambar herd is still on full alertness, has taken its line of defence in knee-deep water, a very natural behaviour, before the next move; the image also conveys Dhole's (though not seen here) dislike to engage Sambar (or Chital) in water. Nevertheless Dholes are known to attack near the bank of the lake or waterbody. Very soothing image. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Lovely representation of natural drama.A larger dimension, I think, would have added to the image.Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice one shankar sab. agree a larger image will do more justice to the drama unfolding here. the tension in the air is neatly captured here.....

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    Default Full frame...

    Thanks for the comments.

    Here is the full frame image of the pic.

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    The repost with more display of the habitat looks good. Maybe moving the camera up, to remove the tree trunks and include more of the trees in the background would have been nice. The alert pose of the sambars nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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