Steve Winter. Tigers in the Watering Hole.

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Fourteen-month old sibling cubs cool off in the Patpara Nala watering hole in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Both tigers have killed people. The female cub (foreground) killed two local villagers. The male (in back) and his brother killed and ate a park ranger and are now in captivity for the rest of their lives, placed in a facility for problem tigers in Bhopal.

Steve Winter, founder of Founder of Big Cat Voices, has been a photographer for National Geographic for over two decades, He specializes in wildlife, and particularly, big cats. He is a Nat Geo Explorer and he’s been named BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and BBC Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year.

Follow Steve on Instagram @stevewinterphoto.

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