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Bengal tiger stalking out of the undergrowth : Stock Photo
Bengal tiger Panthera tigrisA sub-adult, approximately 17-19 months old, is spotlit by morning sunlight as it comes stalking out of the undergrowth.Bandhavgarh National Park, India.

Bengal tiger stalking out of the undergrowth

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Andrew Parkinson
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Bengal tiger Panthera tigrisA sub-adult, approximately 17-19 months old, is spotlit by morning sunlight as it comes stalking out of the undergrowth.Bandhavgarh National Park, India.
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