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The mangrove tiger

The mangrove tiger

Sunderbans, one of the largest mangrove forest in the world, is home to royal Bengal tiger. tiger here is different from any other tiger in rest of the world because of its adaptability to the unique mangrove habitat. They eat fish and crabs, can swim very fast in the big rivers, drink salty water, and take their prey in broad daylight even human beings. this tiger is shaking off water from his body just after crossing a big river before he starts prowling the mysterious maze of the mangroves.

Image Information

Aperture f/5.6

Shutter Speed1/400


Exposure Bias0.00

Focal Length500mm

Date taken26/11/2017 07:12

Date modified 20/11/2018 18:08