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    Default Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Spent a couple of hours with a mother and her two sons (who should have left her to find their territory but were depending on her).

    1. Mother was resting when one of the two decided to disturb his mother’s siesta.
    2. Mother is annoyed and leaves the place.
    3. Son takes her place and was seen at the same place few hours later also.
    4. The other son soaked himself in a stream oblivious of drama close by.




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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    What a great set, especially the second one
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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Very nice set of photos, well done.

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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Great set, well captured.

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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Great set Anand , visited Bandhavgarh last November and returning next April combining my trip with Ranthambore
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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawesy View Post
    Great set Anand , visited Bandhavgarh last November and returning next April combining my trip with Ranthambore
    Thank you. Mother passing us on its way to siesta.

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    Errant son passing us

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    Default Re: Bandhavgarh Tigers

    Beautiful, the Bengal Tiger is a magnificent animal, and you have captured them very well.

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    Lovely set and nicely captured
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