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Living With Tigers: Family Share Home With Pet Tigers

A BRAZILIAN family have taken the trend for exotic pets to new extremes. Not content with the standard pooch or moggy, the Borges brood have been sharing their home with a pack of SEVEN tigers. Aryas Borges, began his love affair with tigers when he found two of the big cats living in a bad state at a circus and decided to bring them home.

His daughters Nayara, 20, Uyara, 23, and Deusanira, 24, grew up sharing their meals, beds and playtime with the fully-grown predators and walking them on a leash. And Nayara, a real-life female Tarzan, regularly hops into the family swimming pool to take a dip with her furry friends. After his success with the rescue tigers, Ary started breeding them, and the tigers still have the run of the house at the Borges family home in Maringa. The family have forged an incredible bond with the tigers after living under the same roof for so long.

Videographer / Director: Laurentiu Garofeanu
Producer: Jack Fletcher / Liam Miller
Editor: Joshua Douglas

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve – Rajasthan India

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, the captivating 392 square kilometer reserve in that regal state of Rajasthan has an astounding abundance of flora and fauna, including rare and scarce animals such as leopards, tigers, Asian elephants and nilgai. Other species present are jackal, jungle cat, hyena, porcupine, marsh crocodile, wild boar, spotted deer, sloth bear, panther, monkeys, Indian gazelle and sambar (Asiatic stag).

The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is the Rajasthan's first scheme Project Tiger Reserve. It is counted amid India's best tiger reserves. Ranthambore derives its name from the 1,200-year-old fort that stands within the premises of the reserve. The Chambal River in the south and river Banas in the north bound the reserve. The three water features Rajbagh Lake, Malik Lake and Padam Lake are at home to the multiplicity of wandering birds. They are festooned with the pink lotus on which the Sambar Deer often feed.

The countryside is enclosed with the strap of dry deciduous jungles with very old banyan trees, pipals, ranj, dhok, salai, neem, ber, babul and palm trees. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is a very special biosphere reserves for it anchorages gigantic selection of species of animals and birds. Some of which are highly rare and listed in the International unification for Conservation of Nature's Red Data Book. It is one such reserve where Tigers can also be spotted during the daytime.

There is no superior way to explore the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve than by taking the exciting gypsy safari and canter safari. Get up early in the sunup, booking a jeep for the day, go to the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve jungles area and indulge in game viewing, birding, or tiger spotting in the reserve. Do not forget to take the naturel specialist local guide, who can give you the enhanced insight of the forest and wilderness of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.

Location: Sawai Madhopur District, Rajasthan.

Area: Approximately 392 sq Kms and 38,200 hectares.

Established: 1955 as a sanctuary, 1973 as a tiger reserve, 1981 as a national park, 2012 as a Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Wildlife Found: Royal Bengal Tigers, Panthers, Slot Bear, Leopards and Boars

Best Time to Visit: October to March and May to June

How to Get There: Jaipur is the nearest airport (170 km). Sawai Madhopur is the nearest Rail head (9 km) with train services from Delhi.

Tourists Activities:
Ranthambore Tiger Safari in Jeep and Canter, Ranthambore Fort, Surval lake bird Watcing , Boating in Mansarovar lake, Amreshwar Temple , Chambal river and Banas River.

Tiger Pictures - Gallery No. 3

Named 'Panthera Tigris', tigers are characterized by their orange coat and black stripes, the pattern of which uniquely identifies each individual tiger.
With a whitish belly, tiger's coat is designed to disperse their outline, aiding them in camouflage as they stalk their prey.
Tigers generally weigh in a wide range - from two hundred and fifty to eight hundred pounds - depending on the individual subspecies and gender of the animal.

Great pictures. Just beautiful. Tigers are amazing big cats... Love them!

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