On the tiger's trail

The regal stripes take over The Indian Express, as we bring to you exclusive tiger photos from guest photographer Siddharth Sheth.
The regal stripes take over The Indian Express, as we bring to you exclusive tiger photos from guest photographer Siddharth Sheth.
The size of a tiger's home range mainly depends on prey abundance, and, in the case of male tigers, on access to females. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
The size of a tiger's home range mainly depends on prey abundance, and, in the case of male tigers, on access to females. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Adult tigers lead solitary lives and congregate only on an ad hoc and transitory basis when special conditions permit, such as plentiful supply of food. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Adult tigers lead solitary lives and congregate only on an ad hoc and transitory basis when special conditions permit, such as plentiful supply of food. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tigers can occupy a wide range of habitat types but will usually require sufficient cover, proximity to water, and an abundance of prey. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tigers can occupy a wide range of habitat types but will usually require sufficient cover, proximity to water, and an abundance of prey. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tiger taking a sun bath in the middle of the road. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tiger taking a sun bath in the middle of the road. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Bengal tiger is the most common subspecies with populations estimated at less than 2,500 adult individuals. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Bengal tiger is the most common subspecies with populations estimated at less than 2,500 adult individuals. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
An average adult male tiger from Northern India or Siberia outweighs an average adult male lion. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
An average adult male tiger from Northern India or Siberia outweighs an average adult male lion. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
The tiger are the most variable in size of all big cats. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
The tiger are the most variable in size of all big cats. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tigers have muscular bodies with particularly powerful forelimbs and large heads. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tigers have muscular bodies with particularly powerful forelimbs and large heads. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tiger climbing up the rocks. Photo by Siddharth Sheth
Tiger climbing up the rocks. Photo by Siddharth Sheth

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