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    Nikon, 720+70-200+1.4tc ,ISO 800, 1/400s , F/5 .Nagarhole evening Jan .
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    Lovely environmental composition. Liked the way it is slowly coming out of the bushes keeping an eye on its prey. I think a more rectangular framing with more space on the right would be nice. So what events followed this stalk? Thanks for sharing.

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    I agree with Mrudul's observations. The tiger is intently watching something. Watching a tiger evaluating its surroundings and the situation should be an eye opener for many people. What was it looking at? Thanks for sharing.

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    What a natural stalking scene! A small slide of a jungle drama happening everyday. The tigress is totally focussed on target and deciding upon the most opportune moment to strike.
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Probably the Tiger has set its eyes on a Deer!Nagerhole is second only to Jim Corbett in no of Tigers.As Tiger no goes up there is pressure on habitat and the animals stray on to human settlements.The man-animal conflict is a big issue in India and Africa.

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    Lovely image. The tiger seems to be eying a potential prey. I remember a similar instance at Tadoba, the tigress Sonam was stalking a herd of deers at Telia lake. Thanks for sharing.

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