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The varied terrain in India and Nepal, both in terms of altitude variation, as well as in the amount of rainfall received, results in diverse habitats with thousands of species of birds and butterflies, apart from mammals and reptiles. This gallery begins with the many faces and behaviors of the iconic tiger.
Tiger at a waterhole in Bandhavgarh National ParkTiger cooling off after a drink, Bhandavgarh NPTiger startled by monkey activity near a waterhole, Bandhavgarh NPTiger wading through a stream, Bandhavgarh NPTwo sub-adult tiger brothers bonding, Bandhavgarh NPTiger emerging from the forest, Kanha NPTiger going towards a waterhole, Kanha NPTiger after scent marking a tree, Kanha NPTiger checking scent signature, Bandhavgarh NPTiger crossing a jungle path, Bandhavgarh NPTiger on the prowl, Kanha NPClaw marks of a tiger, Pench NPTiger at waterhole, Kanha NPTiger appearing to check out its reflection, Bandhavgarh NPTiger stalking chital deer 1, Bandhavgarh NPTiger stalking chital deer 2, Bandhavgarh NPTiger stalking chital deer 3, Bandhavgarh NPTiger stalking chital deer 4, Bandhavgarh NPTiger agitated, when the riding elephant got too close, Bandhavgarh NPRed Junglefowl, Pench NP