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Nitin Jain

  • sahi kaha boss ..uff toba toba :)

    Bollywood Wedding Photo Album

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,589,350 views
    a very beautiful & priceless collection of bollywood wedding pictures
  • 1) Bengal / Indian tiger: The most common .They are found through the rainforests and grasslands of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, India and Nepal. 2) Indochinese tiger: These are smaller tigers. They are found in Cambodia, China, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. 3) Siberian / Amur tiger: The Siberian tiger is the largest species of naturally occurring feline, can be found in eastern Russia. 4) South China tiger 5) Sumatran tiger, smallest tiger subspecies.

    Indian white tiger, Bengal Tiger, Liger, Tigon, White Peacock..Rare existing wild life

    • 3 years ago
    • 11,791 views
    Rare Big Cats: white Tiger: not albino, incidence 1 in 10,000. Bengal Tiger: only 1400 left in India. Liger:The liger is a hybrid cross between a male lion (Panthera leo) and a tigress (Panthera t...
  • this is 100th ODI b/w Ind & WI

    LIVE India tour of West Indies

    Next Match: India vs West Indies 2nd test - 28th June to 2nd July

    TEN Sports brings Live action of India vs WI series on Youtube.

    Match Schedules:

    2nd test - 28th June to 2nd July
    3rd t...
  • good video..good job

    Learn how to read ECG - Fundamental Principle of ECG...

    The electrocardiogram (ECG) is one of the simplest and oldest cardiac investigations available, yet it can provide a wealth of useful information and remains an essential part of the assessment of ...
  • I appreciate your views. Tigers are getting scarce. 1. Bengal Tiger: 1400

    2. Indochinese Tiger: 600 - 800 or less

    3. South Chinese Tiger: Less than 15

    4. Siberian Tiger: Around 437

    5. Sumatran Tiger: 300 - 350

    6. Malayan Tiger: Less than 400 ; It is estimated, currently the total is between 3000 and 4000 around the world. so we must respect nature if we are to survive. LIVE & LET LIVE

    Indian white Tiger..on the brink of extinction

    • 3 years ago
    • 595 views
    A white tiger's pale coloration is caused by the presence of a recessive gene("chinchilla"). Another genetic characteristic makes the stripes of the tiger very pale; white tigers of this type are c...
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