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SAFARI AT 70?

GDB1 wrote:

GDB1
12:00 06-Sep-20
33

Fortunately there has been a silver lining to story….. for us anyway.
This is the beautiful Bhatia, who is Samrat’s sister who came to look us over in 2018.
We had hoped to see her again this year, but it will have to wait till next March now..

So pleased to hear that, Graham – hope you can renew your acquaintance with her next year.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Great photographs @GDB1 & glad the story had a silver lining.

Essex UK

Great pictures as always @GDB1

London

Fortunately there has been a silver lining to story….. for us anyway.
This is the beautiful Bhatia, who is Samrat’s sister who came to look us over in 2018.
We had hoped to see her again this year, but it will have to wait till next March now..

GDB1 wrote:

GDB1
00:50 06-Sep-20
30

This is Samrat who we met and fell in love with in 2016. He is the most beautiful tiger we have ever seen. Samrat, as said before, roughly translates from Hindi as Emperor, which is what he was destined to be, but he was only 18 months old.
A little while after we got home, we had the devastating news that Samrat had died. Apparently he kept walking in to the village to play, so they thought it prudent to move him to another reserve. He was over tranquilized and never woke up.

What a tragedy, @GDB1 – he is/was magnificent, and the best photo of a tiger I’ve every seen! Thank you
for sharing.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Sad story @GDB1 but a beautiful photograph.

London

This is Samrat who we met and fell in love with in 2016. He is the most beautiful tiger we have ever seen. Samrat, as said before, roughly translates from Hindi as Emperor, which is what he was destined to be, but he was only 18 months old.
A little while after we got home, we had the devastating news that Samrat had died. Apparently he kept walking in to the village to play, so they thought it prudent to move him to another reserve. He was over tranquilized and never woke up.

@lewi
@GDB1 asks a good question, did you every do the safari for if you did we would be really interested in how you enjoyed it and seeing the photos.

London

After all the advice, I wonder if @lewi …. ever did a safari ?

Wonderful photos of beautiful animals @GDB1 – fingers crossed that you can pursue your passion soon.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain
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