Spotted two domesticated camels in the leopard terrain in Bera. The ring on the male camel’s nose is to control him, while the female is adorned with decorative marks.
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Young Lion Focused
A young male lion focuses on something of interest at Gir National Park, Gujarat, India. Young males are chased out of pride when they are around two years of age and start being sexually mature. These bewildered male lions then head out alone into the wild, getting injured while hunting, falling victim to alpha males in the jungle, or getting caught in snares if they mistakenly venture near the villages along the forest.
Peacocks in Gir
There is an abundance of peacocks in Gir National Park. While we did not see a single male with a full display of its colorful plume, the colors of the feathers on these peacocks are still spectacular.
Chitals in Gir
The chital or cheetal, also known as the spotted deer, chital deer, and axis deer, is a deer species native to the Indian subcontinent. While males weigh 150–200 lb., females weigh around 88–132 lb. Males are larger than females, and antlers are present only on males.They are quite abundant in Gir National Park, India.
Marking His Territory
Here is a male lion marking his territory in Gir National Park, India. They mark the area with urine, roar menacingly to warn intruders, and chase off animals that encroach on their turf.
Tadoba – Sambar Quizzical Look
A male sambar looks quizzically at the photographer with his tongue sticking out at Tadoba National Park, India.
Tadoba – Male Sambar Deer
The sambar is a large deer native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia that is listed as a vulnerable species. Deer is a group of mammals with more than 60 extant species, whereas Sambar is one particular species of deer with eight subspecies. The male sambar bears long, three-tined (or pronged) antlers. Here are images of the male sambar in Tadoba National Park.
Joy of Riding a Dolphin
At Brookgreen Gardens, “Triton on Dolphin” by Benjamin Franklin Hawkins depicts a young male figure (a triton) with fins for feet and a stiff crown of hair riding a dolphin.
“Girl with Dolphin” by Milton Horn has a girl baby riding a dolphin, holding its head with both hands.