April 3, 2020

That Was Yummy!

Mongoose, Grey Mongoose, India, Images og Grey Mongooses, Grey Mongoose Photos
April 3, 2020
That Was Yummy!

Species: Herpestes edwardsii (Indian Grey Mongoose) | Location: Choral forest , India

It was a cold winter morning and I was returning from the local forest when I saw this little fellow near a bush at the roadside licking his chops. He had had a very sumptuous meal I guess because he looked rather content without a care in the world. As a habit, I always carry one of my cameras with me attached with a long lens and boy was I glad I did so that day too!

About The Photographer

I, am an Engineer by profession and nature and wildlife enthusiast pursuing a master's degree in Geography and a course in Geoinformatics. Wildlife and Nature photography is my passion and I have been published nationally and internationally with a few prestigious exhibitions to my credit. I live with my wife who has a doctorate in English literature and a professor who writes poetry in her spare time and is an internationally published author and my 10-year-old son who loves tennis and ou pet Labrador retriever Maximus. Presently I, am engaged in developing a Drone mounted drug delivery system to tranquilize big cats in the event of an Animal-Human conflict and for radio-collaring. I have recently started my own proprietorship firm for various Forest and Wildlife projects and provide consultancy and services to the various forest departments. I have been privileged and fortunate to have had my photographs selected for the 'Photo Of The Day" contest of your publication in the recent past of which I, am justly proud.

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