Amakimbirane ntago aba mu bantu gusa, kuko n’inyamaswa nazo rimwe na rimwe zijya ziyagira, zigafatana mu majosi, nk’ ingwe zarwanye habura gica. Ibi nibyo byabaye ku ngwe ebyiri zo mu buhinde zagiye ku karubanda zikesurana hakabura gica .

Ibi byabereye muri Pariki yitwa Ranthambore National Park iherereye mu gace ka Rajasthan ho mu gihugu cy’Ubuhinde, Aho ingwe zafatanye mu mashingu, zigaterana imigeri n’inshyi, ziryana n’inzara.

Abakozi bo muri iyi pariki babwiye Dailymail ko izi nyamaswa zombi zisanzwe ziba mu muryango umwe kuko ngo imwe ni Nyina w’indi.

Khemchand Joshi w’imyaka 35 ari nawe wafotoye imirwano y’izi ngwe, yavuze ko gushyamirana kwazo bidakunze kubaho cyane, gusa ngo iyo zitangiye kurwana, ubona izindi nyamaswa zirimo gukwira imishwaro, zikiza amagara yazo.

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Toe to toe: Dramatic pictures show the moment a tiger reared up on its hind legs in an incredible 'dancing' pose during a vicious territorial fight in India

Ingwe zarwanye habura gica

Pictures show the two predators intertwined as they clawed at one another in a battle for supremacy in the jungle clearing in Ranthambore National Park

Squaring up: The fight could have been sparked by the male being at an age to seek a mate. The younger female, at just 22 months, could have been hoping to fend him off from her domain

The female tiger can be seen stretching out its front legs in a dominant display during a confrontation with an older male trying to invade her territory in Rajasthan, India

Khemchand was on safari in Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, India, when he snapped the tigers coming to blows

The photographer was able to capture the male and female involved in a vicious fight in a clearing in the jungle in India

At one point the tigers locked paws as they fought for territory in Ranthambore National Park, in Rajasthan, India

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