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    Default Tiger about to start stalking

    Wish you a Happy World Photography Day.

    This tigress is about to start stalking and I clicked during that time.

    ISO 800, 800mm, 1/320, f5.6, tripod, full frame image.

    This is from my archives. Bandhavgarh National Park.
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    Loved the intent look. It camouflages so well against the dry habitat in Bandhavgarh. The raised left rear paw adds interest. Its good you got it moving parallel to the frame. Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice action image of a Tiger about to act!The intense look of the Tiger is well captured.Bandhavgarh is top in my agenda to make a visit!

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    V S Sankar

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    Great freeze .Nothing can be more exciting than the sight of tiger about to launch itself into attack . The predatory stance well captured .The tiger looks nicely camouflaged in his environment .Thanks for sharing .

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    A lot of concentration is exhibited by the tigress.

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    Morphological character of tigress so clear. George Schaller found after examining about 200 tiger kills that none of the prey
    was an injured or sick animal. The brilliant image depicts tigress is intensely watching prey or group of prey before it tends to freeze, then to crouch and move.
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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