"We noticed then, there were two tigers on either side of the reservoir. While tigers are powerful predators, hunting is a tough job. And these were young inept sub-adults. We had to leave and were informed later that it took the tigers no less than 24 hours to down its prey," added Prerna Singh Bindra." /> Save Our Tigers: 12 Pictures of Tiger That are Adorably Majestic
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Photographer: Prerna Singh Bindra
Location: Tadoba Tiger Reserve

"I came across this lone male sambar ‘standing' still in the lake, and was intrigued why the deer was hanging around in the water, even as crocodiles hovered by. We soon knew! After about an hour, and what seemed to be some very serious deliberation on his part - and with some prompting from the crocs - the sambar cautiously stepped out. Seconds later, a tiger thundered out of the forest, and lunged at the deer. But the sambar escaped, plunging back into the water," describes Prerna Singh Bindra.

"We noticed then, there were two tigers on either side of the reservoir. While tigers are powerful predators, hunting is a tough job. And these were young inept sub-adults. We had to leave and were informed later that it took the tigers no less than 24 hours to down its prey," added Prerna Singh Bindra.

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