The first of two cubs we saw within 5 mins of each other. I say cubs even though they look pretty big; they're about 18 months young. Since we arrived in Pench, we'd heard about their mother, Langdi (Hindi for 'one with the limp') and that she'd had three cubs with her. The deputy ranger, a soft man with a sensitive stomach, was with us in our gypsy and told us the mother had probably gone hunting. So, these guys were just hanging around in the shade, waiting, licking their paws, making soft "hungry" sounds somewhere between a meow and a low grunt. This particular cub attempted a few snarls at us, puckering his lips, the black brush strokes on his face drawing up and in, wrinkling with the white and gold. The other cub didn't seem to care, but that's a story for another post. For now, increase screen brightness and find the camouflaged cub!
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