Portrait of one of Bandhavgarh's dominant male Royal Bengal Tigers, named locally as Rajbehra after his favourite watering hole and also 'Bokha', meaning 'Broken Tooth'. Rajbehra reigned supremem over half the Tala zone while the more famous B2 lorded over the other.
- © Elliott Neep
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