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    Default Tigress in Kabini

    This was photographed in 2017. She was quite close to gypsy and marking her territory.

    Canon 80D, Canon 100-400mm, ISO 800, 1/50, 180mm, hand held, full frame.
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    Sniffing for scent is a normal process of ascertaining the presence of others and is followed by leaving its own scent mark. In places like Kabini where it rains a lot, it would be a challenge for the tigers to keep on scent marking so that others know that this territory is taken. Thanks for sharing.

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    Large and beautiful tigress sniffing to get an idea about presence of other tiger or tigress and to decide future course.Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    A Tiger in a nice greenish surroundings.Kabini is one of the best Tiger reserves to observe the animal.Well managed and they take all efforts that we see Tigers and go from there.

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    The tigress seems to have been very close .Image is typical of a tiger on the move, weaving in and out through trees and across tracks on a compulsive,and important course of demarcating her territory .Thanks for sharing

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