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Come on Auburn
Before they become a near unstoppable juggernaut in recruiting with a 3-peat
(lulz I just wanted to post this video)
Tigress in a fit of rage attacks the mahawat or mahout (rider) of an elephant, as the forest department guards were trying to tranquilize her and round her up, to trans-locate her to a safer forest area where she and her cubs would not be as threatened as in this village-farming environment outside the Kaziranga National Park.
This is THE famous Tiger Attack video!
A tiger attacked forest rangers in Kaziranga National Park, India, in 2004. This is the story of what actually happened that day, including an interview with forest ranger R. K. Das.
You've seen this video on Google Video ever since Wilderness Films India Ltd. launched its content on the site, in December 2005. Due to widespread compromises to our IPR, we decided to withdraw the video from the internet. We're now back on the internet, with Youtube, and the world now gets to see our viral videos and other compelling content under our 'Visual Mapping of Asia' project.
So enjoy this video - one of the Top Ten Viral videos of all time, and one that is copyrighted by Wilderness Films India Ltd. through the US Library of Congress. Every other version of this video that you see online is possibly a plagiarisation of this WFIL copyrighted content.
This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and email@example.com.
I have to see the rest of that.
He gets swiped in the hand(not super serious but it required surgery), the elephant is unharmed, and the tiger is scared away by them shooting guns in the air.
A tiger attacked forest rangers in Kaziranga National Park, in the north-east of India, in 2004. This is the story of what actually happened that day, including an interview with forest ranger R. K. Das.
"This clip of professionally-shot broadcast stock footage belongs to the archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., and has been filmed on either Digital Betacam or 1080i HD. Please write to us for licensing queries at wfi @ vsnl . com and firstname.lastname@example.org."
This post was edited by Nole of 16 17 months ago
But I don't even know what a Aggie is and I doubt there is a youtube video of one attacking a elephant.
Wow. That would be an extremely freaky experience to go through.
GO TO HELL!!! RAWL TIDE!!!!
Seriously though. Did that guy seriously try to fend off a Bengal Tiger with what equates to a pencil?
Love that video. That is a BA animal.
You should've said LSU or even Missouri before auburn IMHO
That tiger had teeth unlike the East Alabama version.
This post was edited by crimsonwolfe 17 months ago
Another missed tackle
Troy Tigers????? I get get your point tho. Ill take Hoover by a fg over the Gus Bus
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