Don't mess with me..
One must see tiger in Wild instead of going to zoos and watching captive ones..
Its knowing real jungles to sight a Tiger..
Knowing alarm calls of Deers, Langurs etc animals which will help you spotting tiger..
You have to be there very early like before dawn or around dusk as these are the timing best for tiger sightings because its there time for hunting and to drink water from water bodies nearby.
This particular Tigress was roaming and the alarm calls of deers made us aware of her presence. We drove towards alarm calls and we saw her coming towards us.. She is young and very Beautiful..
She came towards our safari gypsy, looked at us, went ahead to cross safari track and while crossing she growled at our safari vehicle, and this was the moment.
She is named 'Dotty Krishna'
Every tiger has different stripe pattern like finger prints and hence their photographic record helps us identify individual tigers from each other.
All are welcome to India and Indian Jungles.
Thanks for reading.
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.