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  1. Just came back from Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Park after spending a week in these parks. Both the parks lived upto their reputation of big amongst the top parks as far as Tiger sightings are concerned. How different is each park from the other, and how different the Tiger sightings are as well. Both seem to compliment each other so well. Sightings of cubs together, playing, jumping, fighting, and all this during heavy downpour, what an unforgettable experience in Bandhavgarh national park. It is absolutly a privilege to be ahead (during safari) of some of the biggest Tigers of all times in Kanha. be it the Umarpani male, Munna, or lately Chotta Munna. This time it was Chotta Munna also known as Link 7 male who followed our Jeep for good 10 minutes. To judge the size of the Tiger it is important to get a clear view of his front head. And Chotta Munna did not disappoint. I would love to call him, "The Rock". Amazing, height, length, skull, and pure muscle, this guys is her to stay and Rock. Best Wishes Sharad Vats

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