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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:06 pm 
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When I went to India this year in Feb.Mar., I set three commercial video camera traps on a trail up a ridge line by the Ramnagar River not far from Corbett Tiger Reserve in the State of Uttarakhand. One camera got complete bashed by an elephant (I think it was the guy in this video). When I got back to Thailand, I got real sick with a viral infection in my stomach (the reason I have not posted anything for sometime) which caused a blockage that put me in the hospital. I survived and now I'm back in the game. I hope you guys will enjoy this camera trap video....nice bull elephant and female tiger...!

https://youtu.be/2TH9tuFvax8

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We were wondering what happened to your posts -- sounds like you had a rough time of it. Glad to hear that you're on the mend. You got some interesting videos in India, anyone who's broken a tooth can sympathize with that bull and his broken tusk.

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Nice footage, Bruce. Jim Corbett would be pleased.


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Welcome back Bruce and good to hear that you are on the mend. Is the little Goral a member of the Goat family? He's a twitchy little fellow, isn't he.

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Awesome video, Bruce. Looks like wonderful country that is full of neat animals. I especially like the goral clip.

And glad that you're back!

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Woody Meristem wrote:
We were wondering what happened to your posts -- sounds like you had a rough time of it. Glad to hear that you're on the mend. You got some interesting videos in India, anyone who's broken a tooth can sympathize with that bull and his broken tusk.


Thanks Woody....loosing teeth is one thing....I've seen lot's of elephants without their tufts...another theory is that they loose it by being chased out of the herd by an old cow when the young bulls get frisky with some cows in season...and I have seen plenty of elephants, in Thailand too without....!

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cameratrapcodger wrote:
Nice footage, Bruce. Jim Corbett would be pleased.


Thanks Chris....this location is just outside of the Corbett Tiger Reserve...I have been to the lodge on the Ramnagar River three times and have camera trapped tiger and leopard here before. It's a nice spot and maybe one day, will return for more cam trapping....!

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Welcome back Bruce and good to hear that you are on the mend. Is the little Goral a member of the Goat family? He's a twitchy little fellow, isn't he.


Gary, the goral is a member of the goat-antelope family and is found all over Himalaya...we have them in Northern Thailand too....I am on the mend and will eventually be starting a new camera trap program at my favorite place....still after a black leopard....!

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Awesome video, Bruce. Looks like wonderful country that is full of neat animals. I especially like the goral clip.

And glad that you're back!


Thanks Andrew....the goral was special....it was well aware of tiger and leopard....and I'm glad to be back...!!

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Great footage!

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