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Tigers Of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

The ARK Infrastructure Jul 30, 2020
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a Tiger reserves in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state in central India. It is notable as Maharashtra's oldest and largest National Park and one of India's 47 project tiger reserves existing in India. The total area of the tiger reserve is 1,727 Sq.km. It is popular tourist destination due to sure sighting of Tigers.
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve represents Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Forests in the Tiger habitat. It has a viable population of 100+ Tigers with high frequency of Tiger sighting. This forest gives highest opportunity to wildlife photographers to shoot the most majestic feline of the forest, the tiger. Photos of famous tigers from Tadoba are given here.
Most dazzling male tiger Matkasur from Tadoba core area. This dashing tiger is very popular for sighting and ruled on a large teritorry area. He is father of many tigers.
Tigress Maya with cubs - She is most famous tigress of Tadoba. Frequency of her sighting is very high due to her spirited boldness. This tigress is a truly majestic creature. She is the alpha animal in the jungle and for good reason. Her sighting increased thousands of visitors to Tadoba.
Maya tigress moves with a fluid grace that no other animal can match.
Portrait of Maya with her glittering, feline eyes
Another glorious male tiger, 'Chota Matka", son of Matkasur Tiger and Tara Tigress. His muscles ripple when he walks. He is a one of collared tiger of Tadoba.
Sonam tigress is one more popular attraction of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. Her territory is in Teliya lake near Moharli village.
Sonam with her cub in Teliya. She is phantom silent and melts into the bush like molten gold into a cast.
Tarta with her Cubs - Another collared tigress from Tadoba is very young and bold tigress. She rules over large area between Kosekanal and lake no 2 of Tadoba. When she finds a good ambush site, she lurks in the shadows.
Tigress Sharmili from Agarzari Buffer zone
Initially Sharmili was very shy and rare for sighting. So she became popular by name Sharmili means shy femle. She became so bold after growing large number of family. She even hunted massive Indian Gaur many times.
Tigress Madhuri of buffer zone of Tadoba.
Madhuri is very bold tigress and she has nothing to do with presence of visitors. This powerful old tigress is mother of several tigers in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. When her target appears, she pounces with a coiled energy that is both fearsome and pitiless.
Picturesque pose by Tigress Madhuri
Stunning and glorious tigress Lara from Devada buffer zone of Tadoba. She is very beautiful and changed her territory frequently.
Disciplined catwalk by Madhuri with her 4 cubs. Such photos are rare.