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Bengal Tiger Taken in Bannerghatta National Park, Karnataka, India. Bengal tiger,Geotagged,India,Panthera tigris tigris Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Bengal Tiger

Taken in Bannerghatta National Park, Karnataka, India.

    comments (13)

  1. Wow! How close were you to this? Posted 7 years ago
    1. Roughly 50 meters... :) Posted 7 years ago
  2. amazing..!!! Posted 7 years ago
    1. Thanks Aparna.. :) Posted 7 years ago
  3. You are extremely lucky to have seen this magnificent creature so close, especially with it being in the 'wild'. Posted 7 years ago
    1. Thanks Claire.. !!! :) Posted 7 years ago
  4. Superb shot Posted 7 years ago
    1. Thanks bro..!!! Posted 7 years ago
  5. looks like unguarded moment Posted 7 years ago
  6. Very nice shot :) Posted 7 years ago
    1. Thanks mayunathan Posted 7 years ago
  7. Wow that is special. What a moment :) Posted 6 years ago
  8. From today's Facebook post:

    In the beginning of the 20th century, there were approximately 100,000 tigers in the wild. Today, there are less than 4,000. We have lost more than 95% of the world’s wild tiger population. To say they are in danger is an understatement. Throughout the years, tigers have lost their habitat, have been affected by climate change, have been hunted and poached, and have been exploited and abused in captivity. Even though extinction seems to be looming for these big cats, the battle to save them has not yet been lost. India has reported a 30% growth in their tiger population because of intensive efforts to save the species. This is a huge win for conservation, and will hopefully be one of many victories.

    Today is International Tiger Day. The purpose of the day is to promote the protection of wild habitats, to raise awareness about the plight of tigers as an endangered species, and to gain support for their conservation. Extinction is forever. Protecting tigers and the other charismatic megafauna of our planet is not just a fleeting “cause”, but rather a journey that needs attention, support, and action. #JungleDragon

    {Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) spotted in India by JungleDragon user, AvinashKrishnan}
    Posted 2 years ago

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The Bengal tiger is the most numerous tiger subspecies. Its populations have been estimated at 1,706–1,909 in India, 440 in Bangladesh, 163–253 in Nepal and 67–81 in Bhutan.

Similar species: Carnivorans
Species identified by AvinashKrishnan
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By AvinashKrishnan

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Uploaded Nov 25, 2013. Captured Oct 26, 2013 13:05 in Muninagara Trail, Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore, Karnataka 562112, India.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/5.0
  • 1/3158s
  • ISO6400
  • 100mm