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    Nikon 750+70-200 ,ISO 250 ,f/4.5 , Kanha June 2021 late morning .Half an hour after we saw this male cross to the right another male showing visible signs of injury crossed over to the left .
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    Lovely setting to sight a tiger crossing the road. His coat colour looks quite light. The raised paw looks nice. Lantana can be seen on both the sides (. Seems both males had a fight when they met on the other side. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice to see this well built male. The lantana weeds are the bane of our wilderness areas. Lantana throttles native vegetation and that makes the life of herbivores difficult. If prey species doesn't do well, then how can the predators? Thanks for sharing.

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    Fantastic image of a big Tiger!Male Tigers longevity is lesser than the female ones because they fight among themselves.Tiger is a highly solitary animal as compared to the Lios.

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