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Thread: A Tiger in Grassland!

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    Default A Tiger in Grassland!

    In Tadoba a few Zones have large tracts of grasslands.Seeing a perfectly camouflaged Tiger among the grass is fantastic.This Tiger is a resident of this grassland.

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    Wish you a very Happy Birthday .

    I think these were the villages which were relocated outside the park boundaries, which have now turned into lovely grasslands. Nice to see a tiger having a relaxed walk. The wider compositions give a nice view of the surroundings. I feel a bit more space at the top and less at the bottom would strengthen the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    It is always nice to watch a tiger going about its own business in a grassland. It used to be tough when there were lot of villages inside Tadoba. The forest department took some steps to create meadows in the land after relocation of villages and nature took over. So you are now able to enjoy watching in the grassland. I agree with Mrudul composition suggestion. Thanks for sharing.

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