Panthera Tigris Tigris – Tigers in Ranthambore National Park

This series of photographs where taken by Ada Bodjolle and Peter Durin during the making of series of films for Friends of Conservation (Non-profit organisation in UK) and Prakratik Society (Non-profit organisation in India) in Ranthambore National Park.

There are fewer than 2500 Bengal Tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) in the wild concentrated in small areas around India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China and Myanmar.

Prakratik Society with the support of Friends of Conservation, for many years, have implemented programs in order to protect these beautiful animals.

 

Panthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigris - Hiding from heatPanthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigris - Invisible Panthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigris - Leaving his trace Panthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigrisPanthera tigris tigris - Stalking prey Panthera tigris tigris - Runnign after prey Panthera tigris tigris - Battle for lifePanthera tigris tigris - Battle for life Panthera tigris tigris - Hunting Sambar Deer Panthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigris Panthera tigris tigris

 

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