Maxxum (by Tambako the Jaguar)


sdzsafaripark:

Animal Fact: Cheetahs are the only cats that can change direction midair while chasing prey. Cheetah run pics by Stephen Moehle.

Three more tigers dead in wildlife reserves

After being monitored for quite some time, a 14 year old tigress in Kanha National Park, has unfortunately passed away due to her old age.

In Bandhavgarh, two of the three cubs born to the Kankati tigress, were found dead, suspected to have been killed by a rival tiger. The surviving cub, a female, was taken to Satpura tiger reserve where she will be brought up in semi-wild conditions, until she is able to be released back into the wild. 

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bigcatkingdom:

The leopard couple (by John Kok)


ccaracal:

Incredible: A Caracal Slaps Down a Bird in Flight

Saddened to announce that nine year old tigress ‘Kankati’, was found dead yesterday in Bandhavgarh National Park. Her body was discovered by locals, and has been sent for a post-mortem examination. It did show signs of injury, which could’ve been caused by a fight with another tiger, however, officials aren’t ruling out poaching. 

She was a granddaughter of Sita, and is survived by three, five month old cubs which forest officials are now searching for. 

Photo by Sandeep Dutta

wolverxne:

Close by: { Mark Leddra }


mothernaturenetwork:

Cheetah mom has paws full with these 6 cuddly cubs
The Burgers Zoo’s sextuplets, born on May 24, are quite rare. Typically, a cheetah only gives birth to two to four cubs per litter. A litter of six energetic cubs may sound like a lot, but some cheetah mothers have been known to give birth to nine cubs in a single gestation period.


headlikealamb:

did you know jaws wasn’t a shark

beautiful-wildlife:

CAT on my head!!! by Sharvari Rane

Kanha National park, Madhya Predesh, India

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