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Tiger Saves Man from Leopard Attack (Video)

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  1. Horse Style Gold Belt

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    That's the title of this video although I'm not sure how much danger the dude was in from that leopard. He seems to have these big cats under his control.

    I dunno what that guy did to earn those big cats' respect but I surely don't want to mess with him

     
  2. RerouteToRemain Silver Belt

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    He is one of the main people that runs black jaguar white tiger foundation

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  3. KONG-D'SNT-TAP Banned Banned

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    The leopard was all casual. Some how the tiger knew it.
     
  4. God_Emperor_Of_Mankind Let's Palaver! Platinum Member

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    The Leopard was just coming to play with him not attack him.
     
  5. HelloJapan Talking loud and saying nothing. Platinum Member

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    That was very...anti climatic actually.
     
  6. RerouteToRemain Silver Belt

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    Btw I doubt he was in real danger but anytime the cats playfully "pounce" on him I'm sure it doesn't feel good.

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  7. Ponyo Jun Jun Jun, Pinch Harmonic Platinum Member

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    Was it really an attack?

    Leopard seemed playful once he got close to the guy.

    @Zookeeper Gabe What's your expert observation? Did it look like a violent attack.
     
  8. fightingrabbit Banned Banned

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    No he was just defending/laying claim to his future snack.
     
  9. loyalyolayal Banned Banned

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    Yeah. You could see the tiger coiling/crouching seconds before the leopard started sprinting. Mystic Tiger.
     
  10. dildos Steel Belt

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    i wish i had lions and tigers protecting me where ever i went.

    its funny to say that as a sri lankan, because for the war in sri lanka it was the lions vs tigers
     
  11. TrippleOG Banned Banned

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    Lol watch the tiger get in position as soon as he sees the leopard , the leopard was trying to run straight past the tiger after they made eye contact.

    Also LIGER we need pics
     
  12. CatchOmega Hideous Disfigurement

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    I'm conflicted. The idea is cool and all... but you would think both the tiger and the leopard would be showing significantly more aggression if either one of them was actually thinking about an attack (both offensively or defensively).
     
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  14. El Chimpo Cruel Man Platinum Member

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    Leopard was sneaking

    Tiger wasnt having none of it though...playing or not


    A dude with fuggin lions and tigers watching his back is not to be trifiled with
     
  15. Rex Honcho The Honch Platinum Member

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    Me being a zookeeper myself I will take this question; the leopard was absolutely going for the kill, he would of crushed the Puerto Ricans cervix and then creampied him.
     
  16. spin Gold Belt

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    My families' cats stalk and play attack each other all the time.



    Still cool to watch, but no danger
     
  17. Ponyo Jun Jun Jun, Pinch Harmonic Platinum Member

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    Thanks for the info.

    So the Leopard just calmed down I guess once he knew the Lions had the guy's back?

    Makes the leopard look like a push over punk.
     
  18. ProBoxingInsidr Banned Banned

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    damn that tiger had the leopard figured out before the leopard even knew what he was gonna do. he got into position quick.

    clearly it wasnt an attack. if it had been, both the tiger and the leopard would have been much more vicious. the lions would have too as it would have raised their defense mechanisms. the fact that everyone was so casual proves it was just playing. and i am super jealous of that guy. would love to have that life. at least until one of them kills him
     
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  19. ProBoxingInsidr Banned Banned

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    all joking aside, a leopard is by far third in the pecking order of the cats there
     
  20. Hans Gercmiov Titanium Belt

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    I've read that leopards are the most predisposed big cats to attack humans. Dude had his back turned, it may have been trying to pounce.
     

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