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Thread: Nilgai Sasan Gir

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    Default Nilgai Sasan Gir

    The largest antelope of Asia spotted at Gir...We were so excited to spot this on our morning jeep safari but then quickly realised that this animal is common in Gir!....

    Please dont ask me where are the pics of Lions!!

    Canon 80D,Canon 100-400 IS II USM,f5.6,1/60,ISO 160,sofa cushion on top of camera bag as bean bag!

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    V S Sankar
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    A solid beast too.

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    Nice image. It is clear that the tail is fattened and black hair grows towards terminal part of tail forming a brush not a tuft. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Nice pose. Good you got it looking towards you. I feel a bit more space at the bottom to include its hoofs in full would have been nice. You could have increased the ISO to around 400 to get more shutter speed as it was only 1/60. Look forward to more from Gir. Thanks for sharing.

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    A real healthy specimen.Great capture as they are generally very shy .More space all around would have added to the image. Thanks for sharing.

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    Why ISO 160? You could have used a higher ISO and a higher shutter speed. The image looks soft. Did you crop it as well? Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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