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Pench National Park
Four days tracking wild tigers in the Indian jungle
Posted Thu 22 December 2011
Shot November 2011
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Near the end of my month in India, I spent four days at Pench National Park attempting to find wild tigers in the jungle. After nearly 24 cumulative hours bouncing around in the back of a tiny jeep and seeing all kinds of wildlife, we boarded elephants and crashed deep into the jungle, gaining access to four one-year-old tiger cubs who had recently made a kill and were sleeping off their meal.
Sleeping platform in the village outside of the park
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Naresh, Ashwin and Aatur discuss the plan for today's safari
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Aatur waiting outside the park
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The gates open...
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Syke's Night Jar
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Alexandrine Parakeet
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Alternate forms of transportation in the jungle
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Jeep deep inside the jungle
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Ashwin poses with our jeep
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Red-wattled Lapwing
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Changeable Hawk Eagle
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Jackal
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Path through the jungle
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Spotted Deer
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Jackal
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Boarding the elephants to gain access to deeper parts of the jungle
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