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What Do Tigers Do In the Snow?



They play!! Pictured below are Dante and Gina playing with one another in the snow. They box, and chase each other around their compound, and later, they take a break. Photo at the bottom is Caesar, quietly enjoying his own winter games.

All four of our tigers - Dante, Gina, Caesar and Bengali - were raised in impoverished conditions, sickly and neglected. Dante and Gina were only being kept to be ultimately used in a canned hunt. If you enjoy these photos, you can appreciate the good life they're enjoying today - why not help support them through the Wildlife Club or through joining the Popcorn Park Zoological Society? It takes a lot of food and good care to get tigers as happy as these!

2/15/2006

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