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The majestic tiger was once found in large numbers all over the subcontinent It was feared misunderstood admired and even worshiped as the vehicle of goddess Durga In our own times when man has all but wiped out this wonderful animal few of us know what a tiger is like up close At a time when tigers were hunted in the name of sport the Maharaja of Dholpur ordered a beat Some two hundred men formed a wide semicircle beating drums and canisters in order to flush out the tiger hiding in the undergrowth and drive him towards the hunters waiting in a vehicle at the opposite end But the tiger in question had other ideas Instead of running towards the vehicle he whipped around and tore through the line of beaters In doing so its right fore paw landed on the head of one of the beaters There was a sickening sound of bones being crushed and the luckless mans head and neck simply disappeared within the thoracic cavity The tiger has phenomenal strength but doesnt use strength alone to knock down its prey Essentially a loner he believes in stealth and ambush Thus he approaches his prey up-wind so his smell wont give him away And he patiently stalks his prey advancing very very slowly ears laid back legs drawn under him belly to the ground waiting and watching for the right moment In the process the tiger takes advantage of every scrap of cover that the surrounding bushes and creepers can afford Finally rising to a crouching position muscles superbly coordinated and taut with a purpose he makes a lightning chargeA tiger most often attacks its prey from behind Laying his chest against the back of the animal the tiger grabs the neck with his canines As a rule the sheer weight of the tiger is enough to snap the
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