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Sumatran Tiger Photograph - Stalking A Snack by Margaret Saheed

Stalking A Snack is a photograph by Margaret Saheed which was uploaded on October 15th, 2011.

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OH WOW!!! I think that this is one of the worlds most beautiful creatures. GREAT SHOT!!! v

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Phyllis. Unfortunately they are extremely critically endangered now!

Sophie, thank you for featuring my Stalking A Snack in your group, Up close and personal.

Great shot, Margaret! Featured, voted.

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Sophie. He is a very big tiger now!

A great view and a GREAT image!

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Zsuzsa, He and his brother and two sisters are now two and a half years old!

He is awesome! You've photographed this tiger perfectly, love the sharpness of the details and his fur! Excellent capture, Margaret!

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Jenny. This week I was only a few inches away, face to face at a glass window (!), too close to photograph but had a great view of their marking patterns.

Sharon, thank you for featuring my Sumatran tiger in your group, Katze. He is two years old now.

:: Dimensions :: :: Greeting Cards :: it is beautiful Margaret . you are featured in :: Katze ::

Eric, thank you for featuring my young Sumatran tiger (Stalking a Snack) in your group, Cats.

Great photo, like it so much!

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Angela. He is a very big boy now!

Great photo of a beautiful tiger!

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Rob. He has a brother and two sisters. all equally beautiful.

With every detail in focus - seems like you could reach out and feel that fur! A magnificent photo - congratulations!

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Maria. I guess if you felt the fur you would end up as a very tasty snack!

Margaret...this is superb photograph!! well done! fav su vote

Margaret Saheed replied:

Thanks Jolanta. He was concentrating on small fish in a large pond!

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