Wild Bird 1, Hungry Tigers 0 [3 Pics]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Science

Hey look, it"s the luckiest (and fastest) bird in Africa!
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Male 78
seems like every time i see a photo on this site some one states that its been shopped
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Male 532
"Shopped. I can tell by the pixels. And I have seen quite a few shops in my day. "
As anarchsoul already pointed out you`re wrong and need a life. But let`s try a different troll dealing tactic and give you what you want...Your talent for analyzing photos and calling shopped makes you such a superior intellect! What would we do without you? There happy?
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Male 124
its a roadrunner. ever seen the cartoons?
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Male 593
99% of people that scream "shopped" on every photo they comment on are wrong, and 100% of them have as little life as the people who sit on craigslist and flag post all day.
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Male 134
These are likely from one of the many zoos in China in which they have various predators penned up and feed them live animals to entertain tourists. Look up "China zoo live feeding".
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Male 107
Shopped. I can tell by the pixels. And I have seen quite a few shops in my day.
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Male 610
i thought tigers were solitary
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Male 47
RUN AWAY FROM THE PHOTOSHOPPED TIGERS, RUN AWAY
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Male 2,220
"where did the tigers win? is the bird leading them to a minefield? Pretty sure next frame the bird gets ripped to shreds by a bunch of tigers "

Whereas the tigers are destined to be eaten by sexually dysfunctional Chinese.

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Female 471
This must be a zoo in Africa (if it is actually Africa). Tigers are not native to Africa, at all.
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Male 89
where did the tigers win? is the bird leading them to a minefield? Pretty sure next frame the bird gets ripped to shreds by a bunch of tigers
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Male 894
big cats never cease to amaze me with their beauty... my cat on the other hand can actually catch a bird
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Male 1,256
This image was enhanced using Adobe Photoshop. The amount of tigers (and the lighting on them) in the first pic gives it away.
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Male 715
I hate to say this pic is altered but that tiger in the second pic on the far right is posed to grab something with his paw turned inward. So unless he`s going to grab the tiger`s butt who is in front of him. I`m gonna have to continue believing it`s not legit.

Interesting pic tho

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Male 999
i feel very bad for that bird.
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Female 3,598
why are there so many tigers?!
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Male 74
lawl at benocide
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Male 782
"They see me runnin`,
they hatin`,
life`s a b*tch cuz I`m no flyin` birdie."
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Male 1,347
why are there so many tigers? aren`t they more solitary?
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Male 2,737
Lol,luvsushi!thats the first thing I thought!
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Female 125
Ahh. This looks like the kinda fun I`d have if I was a tiger.
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Male 612
lol@ the look on that birds face
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Male 44
Really badly photo shopped.
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Female 169
Tigers are in Africa now???
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Female 1,589
Ummm, tigers can jump pretty far...and high.
Wonder what the next picture looks like.
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Female 721
"There are so many of them. Why don`t they just start going after the person photographing the pictures?"

Because the photographer is in/on a van a good distance away and has a camera that costs as much as a car with a fantastic zoom lens and motion capture.

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Female 491
The bird looks so... Apethetic.
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Male 1,232
Poor bird... That`s effin` hardcore though.
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Male 3,915
tigers are so similar to house cats bodily....their just more bulky and obviously bigger...but they`re still so FLUFFY! =D
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Female 781
I amazed the bird can even run. If twelve tigers were chasing me, I`d probably just faint on the spot.
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Female 673
There are so many of them. Why don`t they just start going after the person photographing the pictures?
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Female 82
Run birdy RUN! The panic on his face is apparent
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Male 47
Who the hell writes the lines for these pictures? 1st graders?? And how the hell is it 1-0 bird, he`s about to become lunch!
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Male 1,351
Look at the tiger in pic 2 on the far right. Now imagine that time isn`t frozen and he is floating. His pose...is so cool. And THAT`S what I picked up from this image.
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Male 716
I`m reminded of the roadrunner.
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Male 1,106
Holy Crap! Since when did Tigers start hunting in packs? I thought they were "solitary creatures."
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Male 2,220
"Ever consider that they are cats? Anyone that ever saw a cat before knows they love chasing things that move."

Can we bung some of the keepers and profiteers in with them and test out your theory?


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Male 124
yea, looks like he gets chomped.
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Male 201
No tigers in Africa. And ostriches are the fastest land birds.
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Male 25,416
did he get away? kos we dont see bird in flight!
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Male 40

Actually I think there was a leg back here somewhere.

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Male 37,790
So this is a bunch of tigers in a zoo or game farm, about to nom-nom a bird, and the bird gets the point?
Tigers are beautiful, too bad the Chinese are wiping them out, eh? Going... Going... extinct!
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Male 2,148
I don`t get why it`s Bird 1, Tigers 0. So the tigers caught the bird slightly after the last picture was taken, why does delaying it by a couple seconds earn the bird a point while actually catching the bird, albeit off camera, get the tigers nothing?
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Male 17,512
Uhmmm.. Aren`t Ostriches the fastest birds in Africa ?
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Male 10
(insert joke about pussys chasing a rooster here)
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Male 483
-MattPrince

Ever consider that they are cats? Anyone that ever saw a cat before knows they love chasing things that move.

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Male 2,220
This makes *me* wild.

Tigers aren`t naturally pack hunters. They wouldn`t normally go charging after a piffling guinea fowl. So why are these animals kept together and charging hungrily after a small bird? Looks like its been done for uncivilised barbarian morons entertainment.

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Female 1,545
Haha I like that this is listed in the "Science" category. It`s hilariously ironic!
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Male 17
To all the naysayers.

Naturally found in Africa? No. But nobody said these were free-roaming tigers.

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Male 287
I`m reminded of Rocky II.
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Male 7,611
you`d be surprised that most people do believe tigers live in africa. its one of those things that one person says and others just dont question it.
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Male 3,059
Ummm...

Since when are tigers found in Africa?

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Male 3,842
Yeah, this reminds me of Monty Python. A tiger? In Africa?
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Male 1,043
Rawr
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Male 1,505
African tigers? LMAO
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Male 1,297
"The only hope for that bird is to fly away or else it will be an easy meal"

facepalm

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Male 32
i can has wildbird?
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Male 7,611
oooooo, pretty kitties.
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Male 24
AFLAC!!
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Female 9,475
"um.... tigers don`t live in Africa O_o"

Checks interwebs... your right.

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Male 15,510
The only hope for that bird is to fly away or else it will be an easy meal
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Female 382
um.... tigers don`t live in Africa O_o
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Male 2,893
lucky? I bet they devoured him in the 4th pic.
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Male 7,378
I dunno. Landing in the Tigers pen at the Central Zoo in India doesn`t say much for the birds luck.
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Male 20,169
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