Bengal tiger spraying urine to mark territory .
The tiger generally mark their territory with their urine. Turning its back towards a tree and lifting its tail vertically it would spray a tree with urine and then turn around to sniff it. If satisfied that the scent was appropriate it moved on and sprayed another tree on the other side of the road.
The organ in the body of the tiger is situated low, but while marking the territory they spray upwards at nostril level of a grown tiger so that other tigers can get a whiff of the scent easily. The fact that it did not mark the low bushes strengthens this contention.
Canon EOS 7D M II , Canon 300mm f/4 IS L USM, 1/1000 , -0.3 step , ISO-640 , Handheld.