The Mysterious Mangroves of Sundarban

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The Mysterious Mangroves of Sundarban

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Originally Posted by travelmanna View Post Dear Somnathda, location may be different but your photographs are always as usual - TOP CLASS.
Thanks for the appreciation.
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The Mysterious Mangroves of Sundarban

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Originally Posted by Bias_Traveller View Post Only this many pictures from your precious booty Somnath da? Please we want more of them.
Thanks. Have plans to post a gif of Nontu's little swim and walk. Let's see when I can finish doing it. Have around 1000 images of the action.
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Look how they swim, eyes remain closed for most of the times , after all cats don't like water

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Awesome pictures. Waiting for more pictures & description.

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This is insane! IndiaMike's very own (second 'bestest') photographer, 'who is' Somnath, in the Sundarbans! And 'Royal Bengal' tiger shots to boot! I am blown away!
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Originally Posted by ViShVa View Post This is insane! IndiaMike's very own (second 'bestest') photographer, 'who is' Somnath, in the Sundarbans! And 'Royal Bengal' tiger shots to boot! I am blown away!
Wow Vishva , you are too kind. We have so many great photographers here in IM !!! Happy that you have loved the thread.
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Ronak.
Thanks Ronak
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Congratulations Somnath. You're really lucky. Tiger sighting for continuous one and half hours that too in mangrove swamp habitat of Sundarban, is rarest of the rare phenomenons !
Wish your similar fortune in the trips of the ensuing new year .


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Lovely !

Thank you for sharing these amazing sights with us.
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Thanks Subhankarda and TD for the kind words and wishes.
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