The video comprises of various aspects of this small, compact, yet teeming with wildlife national park stretched over 448 sq kms. Bandhavgarh has the highest population of tigers in India apart from a sense population of other species like the sambar, barking deer, etc. Bandhavgarh which means ‘brothers fort’ was supposedly gifted by Lord Ram to brother Laxman, the fort is another attraction of this place.
How to reach: Nearest airport – Khajuraho (237 kms).
Nearest rail station: Umaria (35 kms)
‘BAMERA’ – New Male. Tiger sighting at Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh, INDIA.
Deer in Bandhavgarh National Park. Deers are the ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae. Deer weights generally range from 30 to 250 kilograms. Deers have compact bodies and long, powerful legs suited for rugged woodland terrain.
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Tigers mating and roaring
Tigress Killing Jackal In Bandhavgarh National Park
Zone : Magadhi Zone
Date : 23/11/2015
Video Recorded By : Jahnvi Pandya
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Tigers in the bamboo jungle, seen from the backs of elephants
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Young male tiger (locally known as “Bhagoda”) crossing jungle trail in the Khatauli Zone of Bandhavgarh (10 minutes into the morning Safari – 22 Dec 2015)
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