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A white tiger sighting in the wild!

"I had a very, very rare sighting of a white tiger in the mountains of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. A tiger has 1/10000 chance of being born white, as per Wiki. I have heard of such tigers from the North, and from MP/Rewa. Googling didn't throw up any results re sightings from NBR. So perhaps this is the first documented one in recent times from these regions. A lot more rare than sighting a black panther, especially in the South.  P.S. the forest department folks asked me to keep the location secret when sharing on a public forum, so those of my friends who know, don't share.

I am planning to send RAW files to Sanctuary Asia. I would also like to get in touch with NTCA and share the files, can someone help with name/contact (pm better). I don't want to share photos and send emails to some generic email id or person at NTCA, I want someone who will take a serious look at the photos.

Note: I don't claim to be a tiger expert, so whether this is 'truly white', or extremely pale, or suffering from some other condition, only the experts will be able to judge."

And I didn't go out on some discovery, this was a serendipitous sighting. I informed the forest department folks next morning.

Thanks all for liking."
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Jaychand in 2017 he will be one of the biggest males in central india in the future
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"HIS MAJESTY"
T-86 at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan, India
March, 2018
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Birmingham males on patrol.
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Male leopard in Kenya.
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Only 11 days to go! Entries for our Photographer of the Year 2018 close at midnight (CAT) on Monday, 30th April. Enter today!
We have a fabulous prize for our overall winner and the two runners-up: A five-day photographic group safari at Tanda Tula in the Big 5 Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, South Africa.
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Basavanakatte male of Bandipur. April/2018

Son of the great Raja: "like father, like son. ruling the biggest territory in Bandipur's tourism zone. wiped out all the competition and we are talking about a park where tiger mortality is significantly high due to a high density of tigers."

https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-b2-and-other-great-tiger-pics-from-india?pid=53932#pid53932
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