There aren’t many animals in the world that can spark equal parts unease and respect as tigers. Perhaps rightfully so as they are the world’s largest living cats. And they are quite difficult to photograph in the wild. India is home to 70% of the world’s tiger population, so it positions itself as the best place to seek out the elusive Bengal Tiger. Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks are both home to growing tiger populations, but also many other animals such as Sloth bear, Indian wolf, black-faced langur, jackal, antelope as well as approximately 300 species of birds. The landscape is a mixed forest of bamboo, sal, grassland and a complex of deciduous forests.