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Birth of Twin Tiger Cubs | Tigers About The House | BBC
 
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- Giles Clark has to stand by as a mother Tiger gives birth to her first born but will he need to step in before the cub breathes it's first breath? Taken from Tigers About The House. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub BBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Jump in to BBC Earth's YouTube channel and meet your planet. You'll find 50 years worth of astounding, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational natural history content on here. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Subscribe to be the first to view new videos. And you can become part of the BBC community by checking out our BBC Earth Facebook page. Here you'll find the best natural history content from the web, exclusive videos and images and a thriving, vibrant community. This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-detailx
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3-week-old Sumatran tiger cub at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
 
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A 3-week-old Sumatran tiger cub makes his first public appearance today at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma Washington. Births in zoos are extremely rare. There are only about 75 Sumatran tigers in North American zoos. The cub is the sixth born in the Species Survival Plan this year.
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Tiger cub trio born at Columbus Zoo
 
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Three male Amur tiger cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium during the early morning hours of Apr. 21, 2015. The newborn cubs, weighing only 2.5 lbs., were initially monitored by the animal care team using a remote feed from a camera mounted in the den. The decision was made to hand rear the cubs after the female failed to show maternal care and nurse them. They are currently in an incubator in the Animal Health Center and it is unknown when Zoo visitors will be able to see them. “We are always cautiously optimistic about the survival of fragile newborns,” said President/CEO Tom Stalf. “But the cubs seem to be thriving under the 24-hour care provided by our animal specialists and veterinarians.” These are the first cubs for ten-year-old female, Irisa, although the Zoo team and the Tiger Species Survival Plan (SSP) had hoped for years she would reproduce and pass on her valuable genes. This is the third litter sired by eleven-year-old, Foli, since 2012. Gestation for tigers is about 3.5 months which means the cubs were conceived just weeks before Foli left the Columbus Zoo on Feb. 25 for another facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. A new male tiger, Jupiter, arrived at the Columbus Zoo on Mar.19. Jupiter was born at the Moscow Zoo in 2007 and came to the Columbus Zoo from the Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic. Both males were moved at the recommendation of the Species Survival Plan in an effort to maintain a sustainable population of tigers in human care. With the addition of the three cubs there are currently 10 Amur tigers at the Columbus Zoo including four cubs born in 2013 and their mother, Mara. The tiger is the largest of all cat species. Native to Asia there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently there are fewer than 150 Amur tigers in 50 AZA institutions in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are critically endangered; fewer than 400 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East. Their populations are dwindling due to overhunting of prey species such as deer and wild boar, habitat loss, and poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Humans directly cause 75 to 85 percent of tiger deaths. The Columbus Zoo is a long-term supporter of the Siberian Tiger Project which was established in 1992 by the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Zoo’s funding contributes to improving human-tiger conflict mitigation, increasing capacity for young Russian scientists, and biological monitoring of tigers through camera trapping, track surveys and radio collaring.
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Breeding center expects 100 Siberian tiger cubs
 
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The Heilongjiang Siberian Tiger Garden plans to increase its tiger population by 100 cubs this year. The garden is also the world's largest breeding center for Siberian Tigers.
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Cute Tiger Cubs Pose For Cameras | Tigers About The House | BBC
 
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- Giles Clark unveils the cubs to the press as they announce their plans to help Tiger conservation using the cubs. Taken from Tigers About The House. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.
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Tiger Cub Preview
 
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LeAnne the Sumatran Tiger cub's mother, is just beginning to bring the three tiger cubs on exhibit. This is a quick preview, with the full video coming soon! For more information about the SF Zoo, visit the zoo's website: http://www.sfzoo.org To download full quality videos from the San Francisco Zoo, visit: http://www.vuze.com/channel/san_francisco_zoo Subscribe to our podcast with iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=137501669&s=143441 Follow the zoo: http://twitter.com/sfzoo SUMATRAN CUBS GET FIRST MEDICAL EXAM AT THE SAN FRANCISCO ZOO All Boys for First-Time Mom Leanne SAN FRANCISCO (MARCH 15, 2008) --Three, 9-day-old Sumatran tiger cubs underwent their first veterinary exam today at the San Francisco Zoo. Saturday's health exam allowed Zoo staff to get their first up-close look at the triplets, and officially document that Leanne is a proud mom to three boys. During the first exam, the Zoo's veterinary staff checked the cubs' general health and weighed the trio. The biggest of the cubs weighs 4.8 pounds, with the two other siblings weighing 4.2 pounds each. In a few weeks the three boys will receive their vaccinations, similar to shots given to domestic kittens. The unnamed cubs will not be on exhibit for several months while they continue to nurse, gain strength and coordination. The cubs' father, George, can be seen at the Zoo's big cat grotto exhibits. "I was happy to see that all three boys have big bellies, indicating they are very well fed and cared for by their mom," said Jacqueline Jencek, DVM, chief of veterinary services at the San Francisco Zoo. Leanne, a 230-pound Sumatran tiger, has been caring for her three cubs since giving birth on March 6. The following day, the Zoo's veterinary and animal care staff visually confirmed the presence of at least one tiger cub through a video and audio monitoring system. A few days later, the staff confirmed two additional cubs when they inspected the nest box after Leanne momentarily left the birthing den for a drink of water. "After the second day of monitoring we were certain we had more than one cub, but we didn't want to disrupt Leanne and the maternal bond she was displaying," said Jencek. "Leanne has been excellent at tending to her litter and she has managed to keep them hidden from our camera, which had made it difficult for us to determine how many cubs really were in the nest box." This remains as a very critical period for mom and her cubs, the Zoo's veterinary staff has been very impressed with Leanne's motherly instincts. Through their daily video observations, staff has noted mom's behavior to be attentive and gentle. The mortality rate of Sumatran cubs in the wild and in captivity is between 30 and 40 percent, and is higher with first-time mothers. Leanne and George are part of the Zoo's breeding program for the purpose of increasing the genetic diversity of the Sumatran tiger population in zoos through the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Tiger Species Survival Plan. This is the first litter for the 5-year-old mom and 10-year-old dad. There are more than 200 Sumatran tigers living in zoos around the world. The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) is the smallest of the tiger species. Sumatran tigers are critically endangered species, with an estimated 400 to 500 animals living in the wild, predominantly in national parks found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
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Tiger Cubs Born at Columbus Zoo
 
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Three male Amur tiger cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium during the early morning hours of Apr. 21, 2015. The newborn cubs, weighing only 2.5 lbs., were initially monitored by the animal care team using a remote feed from a camera mounted in the den.   The decision was made to hand rear the cubs after the female failed to show maternal care and nurse them. They are currently in an incubator in the Animal Health Center and it is unknown when Zoo visitors will be able to see them.   “We are always cautiously optimistic about the survival of fragile newborns,” said President/CEO Tom Stalf. “But the cubs seem to be thriving under the 24-hour care provided by our animal specialists and veterinarians.”   These are the first cubs for ten-year-old female, Irisa, although the Zoo team and the Tiger Species Survival Plan (SSP) had hoped for years she would reproduce and pass on her valuable genes. This is the third litter sired by eleven-year-old, Foli, since 2012.   Gestation for tigers is about 3.5 months which means the cubs were conceived just weeks before Foli left the Columbus Zoo on Feb. 25 for another facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. A new male tiger, Jupiter, arrived at the Columbus Zoo on Mar.19. Jupiter was born at the Moscow Zoo in 2007 and came to the Columbus Zoo from the Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic. Both males were moved at the recommendation of the Species Survival Plan in an effort to maintain a sustainable population of tigers in human care.   With the addition of the three cubs there are currently 10 Amur tigers at the Columbus Zoo including four cubs born in 2013 and their mother, Mara.               The tiger is the largest of all cat species. Native to Asia there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently there are fewer than 150 Amur tigers in 50 AZA institutions in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are critically endangered; fewer than 400 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East. Their populations are dwindling due to overhunting of prey species such as deer and wild boar, habitat loss, and poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Humans directly cause 75 to 85 percent of tiger deaths. The Columbus Zoo is a long-term supporter of the Siberian Tiger Project which was established in 1992 by the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Zoo’s funding contributes to improving human-tiger conflict mitigation, increasing capacity for young Russian scientists, and biological monitoring of tigers through camera trapping, track surveys and radio collaring.   ###   Home to more than 10,000 animals representing over 575 species from around the globe, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium leads and inspires by connecting people and wildlife. The Zoo complex is a recreational and education destination that includes the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18-hole Safari Golf Course. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium also operates the Wilds, a 10,000-acre conservation center and safari park located in southeastern Ohio. The Zoo is a regional attraction with global impact; annually contributing more than $2 million of privately raised funds to support conservation projects worldwide. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Columbus Zoo has earned Charity Navigator’s prestigious 4-star rating.
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Phila Zoo & OKC Zoo Partner To Save Tiger Cub
 
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The OKC Zoo and Philadelphia Zoo are proud to announce the successful adoption of female Amur tiger cub Zoya into the OKC Zoo’s Sumatran tiger family, which includes mom Lola and her three cubs! Zoya was born to Philadelphia Zoo’s 10-year-old mother Koosaka and 9 year-old Grom on July 10. After Zoya’s littermates did not survive and a lack of maternal behavior from mom Koosaka, Philadelphia Zoo’s animal care team bottle-fed and continuously cared for the cub. Under this care, Zoya was growing well, gaining weight from about 2 pounds at birth to almost 4 pounds at 10 days old. However, the Philadelphia Zoo’s animal care team was concerned about hand-rearing a single cub without social opportunities with either mother or littermates. “With this single cub, we knew that the best scenario for her was to find an opportunity for her to grow up with other tigers,” said Dr. Andy Baker, Philadelphia Zoo’s Chief Operating Officer. The Oklahoma City Zoo had a litter of three Sumatran tiger cubs born just one day before the Philadelphia Zoo litter, and their female, six-year-old Lola, was caring well for her cubs. After careful consideration with colleagues involved in the Tiger Species Survival Plan of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), the Oklahoma City Zoo offered to attempt to integrate and cross-foster the Philadelphia Zoo cub with Lola and her cubs. “We are privileged to assist Philadelphia Zoo with this unique situation and understand how crucial this cross-fostering scenario is for Zoya’s well-being,” said Barry Downer, OKC Zoo deputy director/COO. “This is an excellent example of how AZA-accredited zoos collaborate to provide exceptional care and long-term welfare to critically endangered animals.” Staff from the OKC Zoo will continue to monitor progress of the cubs and share updates as they become available. The cubs will continue with Lola in her habitat off public view. In approximately eight weeks, the cubs will have grown enough to begin exploring their outside habitat. For more information about Zoya's journey, please visit http://philadelphiazoo.org/About-The-Zoo/Pressroom/Press-Releases/OKC-Zoo-Receives-Tiger-Cub-from-Philly.htm
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Meet Siegfried and Roy's Newest Tiger Cubs
 
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Siegrfried and Roy have worked for decades to bring white tigers back from near extinction, and they're now introducing the world to two six-week-old cubs that are helping keep that dream alive.
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Endangered tiger cubs traced in Thailand after over 15 years
 
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Footage of Indochinese tigers and their cubs have been captured in Thailand's eastern jungle, confirming the world's second breeding population of the critically endangered cats. Evidence from 156 camera traps documented at least six cubs from four female tigers in the country's eastern jungle - the first evidence of tigers breeding in the eastern area in more than 15 years. The cameras that captured the cubs were installed by Thailand's Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP), Freeland, a counter wildlife and human trafficking organization and Panthera, a global wild cat conservation group. Previously, the only known breeding population for Indochinese Tigers was in western Thailand. In Asia, tigers are subject to extreme poaching for their skin and body parts which are used in traditional Chinese medicine, a multi-million dollar business that has driven tigers in the wild to the brink of extinction. Only about 3,900 tigers are believed to be left in the wild globally and only about 350 are of the Indochinese species which lives in Thailand and Myanmar, according to 2011 figures by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Subscribe to our channel: http://read.ht/fLZ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/htTweets Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hindustantimes iOS:- http://m.onelink.me/bcae8b2d Android:- http://m.onelink.me/986f584a Watch more videos at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/video hindustantimes.com © 2016
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Sumatran Tiger Cubs
 
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Our three male Sumatran Tiger Cubs (Panthera tigris sumatrae), born on March 7th 2008 get a health check, by our vet staff at the SF Zoo. For more information about the SF Zoo, visit the zoo's website: http://www.sfzoo.org To download full quality videos from the San Francisco Zoo, visit: http://www.vuze.com/channel/san_francisco_zoo Subscribe to our podcast with iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=137501669&s=143441 SUMATRAN CUBS GET FIRST MEDICAL EXAM AT THE SAN FRANCISCO ZOO All Boys for First-Time Mom Leanne SAN FRANCISCO (MARCH 15, 2008) --Three, 9-day-old Sumatran tiger cubs underwent their first veterinary exam today at the San Francisco Zoo. Saturday's health exam allowed Zoo staff to get their first up-close look at the triplets, and officially document that Leanne is a proud mom to three boys. During the first exam, the Zoo's veterinary staff checked the cubs' general health and weighed the trio. The biggest of the cubs weighs 4.8 pounds, with the two other siblings weighing 4.2 pounds each. In a few weeks the three boys will receive their vaccinations, similar to shots given to domestic kittens. The unnamed cubs will not be on exhibit for several months while they continue to nurse, gain strength and coordination. The cubs' father, George, can be seen at the Zoo's big cat grotto exhibits. "I was happy to see that all three boys have big bellies, indicating they are very well fed and cared for by their mom," said Jacqueline Jencek, DVM, chief of veterinary services at the San Francisco Zoo. Leanne, a 230-pound Sumatran tiger, has been caring for her three cubs since giving birth on March 6. The following day, the Zoo's veterinary and animal care staff visually confirmed the presence of at least one tiger cub through a video and audio monitoring system. A few days later, the staff confirmed two additional cubs when they inspected the nest box after Leanne momentarily left the birthing den for a drink of water. "After the second day of monitoring we were certain we had more than one cub, but we didn't want to disrupt Leanne and the maternal bond she was displaying," said Jencek. "Leanne has been excellent at tending to her litter and she has managed to keep them hidden from our camera, which had made it difficult for us to determine how many cubs really were in the nest box." This remains as a very critical period for mom and her cubs, the Zoo's veterinary staff has been very impressed with Leanne's motherly instincts. Through their daily video observations, staff has noted mom's behavior to be attentive and gentle. The mortality rate of Sumatran cubs in the wild and in captivity is between 30 and 40 percent, and is higher with first-time mothers. Leanne and George are part of the Zoo's breeding program for the purpose of increasing the genetic diversity of the Sumatran tiger population in zoos through the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Tiger Species Survival Plan. This is the first litter for the 5-year-old mom and 10-year-old dad. There are more than 200 Sumatran tigers living in zoos around the world. The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) is the smallest of the tiger species. Sumatran tigers are critically endangered species, with an estimated 400 to 500 animals living in the wild, predominantly in national parks found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
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Endangered Tiger cubs cuddle keepers at San Diego Zoo - LOVE
 
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What's orange and striped and fun all over? Tiger cubs at the San Diego Zoo! I spent time with a pair of Malayan tiger cubs at the San Diego Zoo today. This was behind the scenes and the cubs video debut. I spoke with Zoo Keeper, Rochelle Willison and in approximately another month the cubs should be able to maneuver freely around on their own and will make their public debut. Malayan tigers are a critically endangered subspecies, with only about 500 cats left in the wild; they are the second smallest of the tiger subspecies. These male cubs can reach 250 pounds when full grown. The San Diego Zoo contributes to the conservation of the Malayan tiger by partnering with other zoos involved in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums Species Survival Plan, a management tool that helps meet conservation goals through breeding programs for endangered species. The Zoo is home to five Malayan tigers. Fun cub facts + These are the 12th and 13th Malayan tiger cub births at the Zoo. + They were born April 2, 2011 to mom, Mek Degong, and dad, Paku + This is the mother's third litter for a total of 7 cubs from her. + It was a very easy birth with no complications. The cubs were born 1 1/2 hours apart + This birth is very important since both parents are from the wild and it is important to keeping a diverse gene pool. + For play: The cubs love to tear up magazines, boxes and plants, climb on logs and rough house with mom. + The cubs start eating solid food at ~ 3 1/2 mo and are fully weaned by 5 mo. + No official names yet for the cubs. About the non-profit San Diego Zoo The 100-acre San Diego Zoo located in Balboa Park is dedicated to the conservation of endangered species and their habitats. The organization focuses on conservation and research work around the globe, educates millions of individuals a year about wildlife and maintains accredited horticultural, animal, library and photo collections. The Zoo also manages the 1,800-acre San Diego Zoo Safari Park (historically referred to as the Wild Animal Park), which includes a 900-acre native species reserve, and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research.
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Best Proposal Ever!!! Amazing Tiger Cub Proposal!!
 
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3 week old cub tiger delivers an engagement ring tied around its neck to an unsuspecting cat lover. Best Proposal Ever!!!
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Rare White Tiger Cubs Born in Tokyo Zoo
 
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Brood of ultra-rare white tiger cubs born at the Tobu Zoo on the outskirts of Tokyo. Full story: A bit northwest of Tokyo, the Tobu Zoo in Saitama, Japan, welcomed its first ever brood of white tiger cubs on March 16th. Five-year-old father Rocky and 7-year-old mother Carla gave birth to four healthy baby cubs. Rocky will be separated from the extremely rare cubs until the initial weaning period is over. [Hiroki Itakura, Zookeeper]: "White tiger, well for white tigers, they´re an extremely rare species so that these white tigers were able to reproduce, for the zoo this is a joyous event." Still too young to be separated from their mother, the zoo tentatively plans to introduce the four babies to the public around May 2nd. [Hiroki Itakura, Zookeeper]: "Well, it is the first time for a white tiger to be born at the Tobu Zoo so we are really looking forward to introducing them to everyone when they are ready for public viewing." At present the white felines have yet to be named. The zoo will accept name suggestions from the public and do an official naming ceremony at the end of May. In Japan there are about 30 white tigers held in captivity. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntdtv.org Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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Tiger Woods professional golfer-Family,car,house,hairstyle,lifestyle,private plan,kids
 
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Eldrick Tont "Tiger" Woods is an American professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time. He has been one of the highest-paid athletes in the world for several years. Tiger Woods Born: December 30, 1975 (age 41), Cypress, California, United States Tiger Woods Height: 1.85 m Tiger Woods Spouse: Elin Nordegren (m. 2004–2010) Tiger Woods Children: Sam Alexis Woods, Charlie Axel Woods Tiger Woods Parents: Earl Woods, Kultida Woods Tiger Wood'sPersonal information Full name Eldrick Tont Woods Nickname Tiger Born December 30, 1975 (age 41) Cypress, California Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)[1] Weight 185 lb (84 kg)[1] Tiger Wood's Nationality United States Residence Jupiter Island, Florida Spouse Elin Nordegren (2004–2010) Children Sam Alexis, Charlie Axel Career College Stanford University (two years) Turned professional 1996 Current tour(s) PGA Tour (joined 1996) Professional wins 106[2] Number of wins by tour PGA Tour 79 (2nd all time) European Tour 40 (3rd all time) Japan Golf Tour 2 Asian Tour 1 PGA Tour of Australasia 1 Other 16 Best results in major championships (wins: 14) Tiger Woods Masters Tournament Won: 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 Tiger Woods U.S. Open Won: 2000, 2002, 2008 Tiger Woods The Open Championship Won: 2000, 2005, 2006 Tiger Woods PGA Championship Won: 1999, 2000, 2006, 2007 Achievements and awards PGA Tour Tiger Woods Rookie of the Year 1996 PGA Player of the Year 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013 PGA Tour Tiger Woods Player of the Year 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013 PGA Tour leading money winner 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2013 Tiger Woods Vardon Trophy 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2013 Byron Nelson Award 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 FedEx Cup Champion 2007, 2009 People also ask How many times has Tiger Woods won the Masters? What year did Tiger Woods join the PGA Tour? How many hole in one Tiger Woods has had? Where did Tiger Woods grow up? Achievements:- Career Grand Slam Champions List of golfers with most European Tour wins List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins List of golfers with most wins in one PGA Tour event List of longest PGA Tour win streaks List of men's major championships winning golfers Most PGA Tour wins in a year Recent News: Tiger Woods shares powerful 'equality' tweet For The Win - After Further Review: Doubt continues to grow around Tiger Woods Golf -- Before 'Hello world,' Tiger Woods really got his PGA Tour career started 25 years ago at Riviera Country Club
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Living With Tigers: Family Share Home With Pet Tigers
 
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Living With Tigers: Family Share Home With Pet Tigers SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj A BRAZILIAN family have taken the trend for exotic pets to new extremes. Not content with the standard pooch or moggy, the Borges brood have been sharing their home with a pack of SEVEN tigers. Aryas Borges, began his love affair with tigers when he found two of the big cats living in a bad state at a circus -- and decided to bring them home. His daughters Nayara, 20, Uyara, 23, and Deusanira, 24, grew up sharing their meals, beds and playtime with the fully-grown predators and walking them on a leash. And Nayara, a real-life female Tarzan, regularly hops into the family swimming pool to take a dip with her furry friends. After his success with the rescue tigers, Ary started breeding them, and the tigers still have the run of the house at the Borges family home in Maringa. The family have forged an incredible bond with the tigers after living under the same roof for so long. Videographer / Director: Laurentiu Garofeanu Producer: Jack Fletcher / Liam Miller Editor: Joshua Douglas For more amazing footage of the amazing side of life, visit the Barcroft Media website: http://bit.ly/19OYwp Like Barcroft Media on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RJlaj6 Follow Barcroft Media on Twitter: http://bit.ly/10vFLY9
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Tiger and 3 cubs in India
 
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www.fivezerosafaris.com This years Tiger Safari was fantastic - the definite highlight was spending 2 hours with this wonderful family of tigers! We have already started planning next years photo safari to get more great photographic opportunities with these tigers (and hopefully some of the others as well). :)
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Tiger Cubs Being Raised By Unusual Mother
 
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These Bengal tiger cubs are being raised by a very unusual mother: Leon, a 6-year-old pointer mix, is helping to bring up twin cubs abandoned by their mother soon after their birth at a German zoo. abcnews.com SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
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Tiger Cubs and Mom Mara Den Footage at the Columbus Zoo
 
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Powell, OH – The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is excited to welcome three Amur tiger cubs. Two of the cubs were born during the evening of Wednesday, July 12, and the third cub was born during the early morning hours of Thursday, July 13. A fourth cub was unfortunately stillborn. Under close observation from a remote camera, the newborn cubs appear to be healthy and are nursing in a behind-the-scenes denning area with their mother. The sex of the cubs will not be known until their check-up in the coming weeks. “Tiger cubs are quite fragile at birth, but Mara’s cubs are currently thriving under her care with the assistance of our dedicated animal care staff and veterinarians,” said President/CEO Tom Stalf. “We are pleased to welcome the cubs and to continue being a part of conservation efforts to protect the future of this species.” Mother, Mara, is a 10-year-old Amur tiger, who was born at the Pittsburgh Zoo in 2006. She came to the Columbus Zoo in December 2010 and has had three litters since her arrival seven years ago. The father of this new litter is 10-year-old Jupiter, who arrived at the Columbus Zoo in March 2015 from the Czech Republic. Jupiter’s move to the Columbus Zoo was through a partnership with the European Endangered Species Program (EEP) and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ (AZA) Species Survival Plan® (SSP) in an effort to increase the genetic health and diversity of tigers in human care. This birth marks the third litter sired by Jupiter after his first Columbus Zoo litter with female, Irisa, last spring. The three cubs will join the six Amur tigers currently on view at the Zoo, three of which are from Jupiter’s spring 2016 litter. The tiger is the largest of all cat species. Native to Asia, there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently, there are 125 Amur tigers at 46 AZA-accredited facilities in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry, and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are endangered; fewer than 400 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East. Their populations are dwindling due to overhunting of prey species such as deer and wild boar, habitat loss, and poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Humans directly cause 75 to 85 percent of tiger deaths, and Amur tigers are listed as endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species™. The Columbus Zoo is a long-term supporter of the Siberian Tiger Project, which was established in 1992 by the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Zoo’s privately raised funding contributes to improving human-tiger conflict mitigation, increasing capacity for young Russian scientists, and biological monitoring of tigers through camera trapping, track surveys and radio collaring. Since 2006, the Zoo has raised more than $200,000 for the Siberian Tiger Project through various fundraisers, including the annual Wine for Wildlife event, to continue to support tiger conservation around the world. For more information about The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s commitment to global conservation, please visit https://globalimpact.columbuszoo.org/about. Home to more than 10,000 animals representing over 600 species from around the globe, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium leads and inspires by connecting people and wildlife. The Zoo complex is a recreational and education destination that includes the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18-hole Safari Golf Course. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium also operates The Wilds, a 10,000-acre conservation center and safari park located in southeastern Ohio. The Zoo is a regional attraction with global impact; annually contributing more than $4 million of privately raised funds to support conservation projects worldwide. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Columbus Zoo has earned Charity Navigator’s prestigious 4-star rating.
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Tiger Gives Birth to Five Cubs in NE China
 
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A six-year-old mother tiger gave birth to five cubs at one time recently in a tiger park in Shenyang, northeast China's Liaoning Province. Since their birth on April 1, the cubs can open their eyes, and are able to move freely on the ground. A tiger park staff member said the milk of the mother tiger was enough for the cubs. "It's rarely seen that five tiger cubs were born at one time and all stay alive. The mother tiger is now in stable condition with enough milk. The cubs are vigorous and cute with good appetite although they are just over a week old," said Han Yu, manager of the Planning and Marketing Department of Shenyang Guaipo Northeast Tiger Park. According to Han, the public can participate in giving names to the five tigers. It is expected that the cubs can live on their own in half a month. Visitors will have a chance to see the cubs during the Labor Day festival. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=290940 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
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Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger (Official Music Video)
 
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Survivor's official music video for 'Eye Of The Tiger'. Click to listen to Survivor on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/SurvSpot?IQid=Surv... As featured on Ultimate Survivor. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/UltSurviTunes?IQid... Google Play: http://smarturl.it/SurvEOTTplay?IQid=... Amazon: http://smarturl.it/UltSurvAmz?IQid=Su... More from Survivor Burning Heart: https://youtu.be/Kc71KZG87X4 I Can't Hold Back: https://youtu.be/GaMcsKtBDwE The Search IsOver: https://youtu.be/xELTfJ-ZVBc More great classic rock videos here: http://smarturl.it/ClassicRocks?IQid=... Follow Survivor Website: http://survivorband.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/survivortheband Twitter: https://twitter.com/survivorband Subscribe to Survivor on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/SurvSub?IQid=SurvEOTT --------- Lyrics: Rising up, back on the street Did my time, took my chances Went the distance, now I'm back on my feet Just a man and his will to survive So many times it happens too fast You trade your passion for glory Don't lose your grip on the dreams of the past You must fight just to keep them alive It's the eye of the tiger It's the thrill of the fight Rising up to the challenge of our rival And the last known survivor Stalks his prey in the night And he's watching us all with the eye of the tiger" #Survivor #EyeOfTheTiger #Vevo #RockAndRoll #VevoOfficial
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Can Strong 13 Year Old Tiger Take Down 13 Year Old Master?
 
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Japan, White Tiger Cubs
 
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The Tobu Zoo in v, Japan, north-west of Tokyo welcomed its first ever brood of white tiger cubs on March 16th. Five-year-old father Rocky and 7-year-old mother Carla gave birth to four healthy baby cubs, however the father will be separated from the cubs until the initial weaning period is over. The extremely rare species has a population of only 100 to 200 world-wide. For zookeeper Hiroki Itakura the baby white tigers are a welcome edition to the zoo. "White tiger, well for white tigers there are extremely rare species so that these white tigers were able to reproduce, for the zoo this is a joyous event," Itakura, who is in charge of the white tiger's care and breeding said. Still too young to be separated from their mother the zoo tentatively plans to introduce the four babies to the public around May 2nd. "Well, it is the first time for a white tiger to be born at the Tobu Zoo so we are really looking forward to introducing them to everyone when they are ready for public viewing," Itakura said. At present the white felines have yet to be named, the zoo will accept name suggestions from the public and do an official naming ceremony at the end of May. In Japan there are about 30 white tigers held in captivity
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Tiger Cubs Meet In Escondido
 
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One cub was found being smuggled over the boarder, while the other was rejected by his mom. Jeff Michael and Sharon Tay report.
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Chingo Bling - Soy Un Tiger (Eye Of The Tiger)
 
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Chingo Bling - Soy Un Tiger (Eye Of The Tiger) El Paso, TX - The Comic Strip - August 4,5,6 Cleveland, OH - The Cleveland Improv - August 11 Hollywood, CA - The Hollywood Improv - August 18 San Diego, CA - Mad House Comedy Club - August 19,20 Oxnard, CA - Levity Live - August 21 All tickets available at: http://www.chingobling.com Video Credits: Chingo Bling as Ro-Que Jorge Diaz as Mick "El Trainer" Don Omar as Juan Pablo Creed Shot and Chopped by Edward "E-Dub" Rios http://vevo.ly/wYu5Gm
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Hunters Chased Up A Tree By Tigers After Killing Tiger Cub
 
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2357873/Hunters-accidentally-killed-tiger-cub-forced-hide-tree-days--week-help-arrives.html My Twitter: http://twitter.com/smokeydogg7 My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Smokeydogg7 My Twitch: http://twitch.tv/smokeydogg7 727 Podcast: http://www.youtube.com/user/727podcast
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Tiger Cubs Make Their Public Debut
 
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Two six-week-old male Amur tiger cubs make their public debut at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium The cubs can be seen most days from noon to 4 p.m. Daily updates can be found on the Zoo's website: www.columbuszoo.org. Two Amur tiger cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on June 28 and 29, 2012. The cubs weighed just two to three pounds at birth. Since one of the cubs did not nurse for an extended period and appeared to be weakening, the decision was made to remove both cubs for hand rearing. The cubs are being raised together for companionship and socialization. Initially in intensive care in the Zoo's Animal Health Center the unnamed cubs are now doing well and currently weigh about 11 and 13 pounds. They are being bottle-fed every four hours and gradually introduced to meat. These cubs are the first for five-year-old female, Mara, and nine-year-old male, Foli. They are the first Amur tigers ever born at the Columbus Zoo; the last birth of any tiger subspecies at the Columbus Zoo occurred in 1990. The pairing of Mara and Foli was recommended by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Species Survival Plan (SSP) for tigers. The AZA, of which the Columbus Zoo is an accredited member, strives to maintain a sustainable population of tigers in North America. Native to Asia there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently there are fewer than 150 Amur tigers in 50 AZA institutions in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are critically endangered; fewer than 500 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East.
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D.C. Zoo Welcomes Sumatran Tiger Cub
 
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The Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington is home to a new cat: a Sumatran tiger cub. (July 12) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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Amur Tiger Cubs Born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
 
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Four Amur tiger cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium on March 22 and 23, 2013. The first cub was born at approximately 5:30 p.m. and the last one arrived about eight hours later. The newborn cubs, which generally weigh just two to three pounds at birth, are being monitored by the animal care team using a remote feed from a camera mounted in the den. The cubs are currently being cared for by their mother.   "At this time Mara is taking excellent care of the cubs and all are nursing," said Assistant Curator Adam Felts. "We are cautiously optimistic about the survival of all four cubs."   As long as Mara is taking care of the cubs and they are observed nursing it could be days before veterinarians do the first well-baby exam and the gender of the cubs is determined, and several months before the cubs can be seen by guests in the outdoor habitat.   These cubs are the second for six-year-old female, Mara, and ten-year-old male, Foli. It is the second litter of Amur tigers ever born at the Columbus Zoo; the last litter was born in June 2012. Those two cubs were hand-reared after staff members became concerned about maternal care by the then first time mother, and loss of power from a storm interrupted the ability for staff to monitor the cubs utilizing the camera in the den.   These pairings of Mara and Foli were recommended by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Species Survival Plan (SSP) for tigers. The AZA, of which the Columbus Zoo is an accredited member, strives to maintain a sustainable population of tigers in North America.   "The birth of rare and endangered animals is always a cause for celebration," said Columbus Zoo President and CEO Tom Stalf. "Through cooperative breeding programs in AZA zoos and the Columbus Zoo's contributions to conservation programs saving wild tigers, we are making a difference."             The tiger is the largest of all cat species. Native to Asia, there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently there are fewer than 150 Amur tigers in 50 AZA institutions in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are critically endangered; fewer than 500 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East. Their populations are dwindling due to overhunting of prey species such as deer and wild boar, habitat loss, and poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Humans directly cause 75 to 85 percent of tiger deaths. Each year the Columbus Zoo contributes $1 million of privately raised funds to more than 70 conservation projects in 30 countries.  The Zoo is a long-term supporter of the Siberian Tiger Project, which was established in 1992 by the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Zoo's funding contributes to improving human-tiger conflict mitigation, increasing capacity for young Russian scientists, and biological monitoring of tigers through camera trapping, track surveys and radio collaring. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is home to more than 10,000 animals representing over 575 species from around the globe. The Zoo complex is a recreational and education destination that includes the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18-hole Safari Golf Club. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium also operates the Wilds, a 10,000-acre conservation center and safari park located in southeastern Ohio. The Zoo is a regional attraction with global impact; contributing more than $1 million annually to support over 70 conservation projects worldwide. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Columbus Zoo has earned Charity Navigator's prestigious 4-star rating. For more information and to purchase advance Zoo admission tickets, visit www.columbuszoo.org.
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🐅👍Ultimate Tiger Simulator-Симулятор Tигра-By Clan-Android
 
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👍Played By 13 year old Joseph👦🏼 Download@https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clans.ultimate_tiger_sim WHITE TIGERS ARE ENDANGERED SPICES Ultimate tiger simulation, prowl through nature as a frightening beast! Use your sharp claws and nose, keen vision, and sensitive ears to navigate the grassy, wooded terrain, both day and night.The major habitat of white tigers is dense jungles of avian countries.Ultimate Tiger Simulator is awesome hunting games in lush green forest wildness. It’s an epic battle against wild animals with animal fighting games like cheetah, lion, jaguar, lioness, Rhino, gazelle, elephant and angry tiger attack as ultimate carnivore Hare, zebra, deer, buffalo and many more animals in this wild animal simulator. Tiger fighter, wild tiger simulator 3d dominates as an African tiger and become furious predator in the lush green jungle. Hide yourself in unseen places use your animal instinct pounce back and attack ferociously on the animals with great wilderness in this tiger games or tiger fighter game. Play for survival and hunger in ULTIMATE TIGER SIMULATOR 3D games 2017. SPOT PREY WITH KEEN VISION Spot prey from miles away, plans your attack, and pounce! Explore a mesmerizing safari environment and fight different foes like grizzly bears, crocodiles, wolf, and fox. Eat weak animals like deer, stag and zebra. They have become more powerful and are more attractive in their specifications. But due to lack of their breeding and habitat they are getting less in number. White tigers are not that common, they are endangered species. They need to be taken much care and adopted in a healthy environment. So Ultimate Tiger simulator is a game designed specially to teach you how to be protective about white tigers getting extinct. ESTABLISH YOUR ULTIMAGE KINDOM Experience an authentic predator experience: hunt prey and fulfill your need for speed! Protect your clan and satiate their hunger and thirst. Have you ever imagined or want to be a real wild tiger? Now you finally have a chance to be an angry tiger in wild tiger simulator and tiger games. FIGHT FOR YOUR KINDOM Hunt or be hunted is a part of ultimate survival of tiger fighter game. This furious and saber tooth tiger thirsts to dominate the whole jungle. Leap into a thrilling new adventure as a ferocious tiger and hunt ruthlessly. In this wild tiger jungle hunt game with tiger simulator games the baby tiger cubs now grown into adult angry tigers. Ultimate Tiger Simulator Features • Large collection of animals to attack like Cheetah, Lion, Jaguar, Lioness, Rhino, Gazelle, Elephant, Hare, zebra, deer, buffalo and many more. • 15 addictive and thrilling bloody fight and hunt missions • Stunning Safari Graphics: Awesome 3D jungle environments for ultimate thrill. • Realistic tiger animations with slow motion furious attack feature. • Complete action packed quests: Upgrade Attack, Energy and health features for better hunting skills • Advanced Hunting: Multiple types of attacks, including Bite, Claw, Pounce and automated Power Attacks • Fight powerful and vicious bosses like elephants, hyenas, rhinos and crocodiles • Wide variety of wild animals to prey on: Deer, Sheep, Chicken, Pigs, Fish, Wolves, Moose, Crocodiles etc. • Realistic Tiger Life Simulation: Mate and birth cubs to start a family play story mode or as free mode saber tooth tiger. • Superb tiger games with angry tiger attack animations. • Plenty of thrilling visual Effects in latest greatest tiger simulator. It’s not like any ordinary Tiger simulator. You can customize all the members of your family with a wide variety of colorful coats. There are wizards, forest nymphs, magic effects, epic enemies and even a final battle. We've included short movie cut scenes to help see how the story unfolds.
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Oklahoma City Zoo and Philadelphia Zoo Tiger Cross-Foster Story
 
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The OKC Zoo and Philadelphia Zoo are proud to announce the successful adoption of female Amur tiger cub Zoya into the OKC Zoo’s Sumatran tiger family, which includes mom Lola and her three cubs!   Zoya was born to Philadelphia Zoo’s 10-year-old mother Koosaka and 9 year-old Grom on July 10. After Zoya’s littermates did not survive and a lack of maternal behavior from mom Koosaka, Philadelphia Zoo’s animal care team bottle-fed and continuously cared for the cub. Under this care, Zoya was growing well, gaining weight from about 2 pounds at birth to almost 4 pounds at 10 days old. However, the Philadelphia Zoo’s animal care team was concerned about hand-rearing a single cub without social opportunities with either mother or littermates. “With this single cub, we knew that the best scenario for her was to find an opportunity for her to grow up with other tigers,” said Dr. Andy Baker, Philadelphia Zoo’s Chief Operating Officer. The Oklahoma City Zoo had a litter of three Sumatran tiger cubs born just one day before the Philadelphia Zoo litter, and their female, six-year-old Lola, was caring well for her cubs. After careful consideration with colleagues involved in the Tiger Species Survival Plan of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), the Oklahoma City Zoo offered to attempt to integrate and cross-foster the Philadelphia Zoo cub with Lola and her cubs. “We are privileged to assist Philadelphia Zoo with this unique situation and understand how crucial this cross-fostering scenario is for Zoya’s well-being,” said Barry Downer, OKC Zoo deputy director/COO. “This is an excellent example of how AZA-accredited zoos collaborate to provide exceptional care and long-term welfare to critically endangered animals.” Staff from the OKC Zoo will continue to monitor progress of the cubs and share updates as they become available.  The cubs will continue with Lola in her habitat off public view.  In approximately eight weeks, the cubs will have grown enough to begin exploring their outside habitat.
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Tiger Plays & Celebrates Lunar New Year
 
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The Zoo kicked off Lunar New Year with Leanne, one of its Sumatran tigers. She explored and played with this big dragon box and found all the treats inside. The Zoo's Lunar New Year event takes place Sunday, February 21, 2010 rain or shine. Those born in the Year of the Tiger receive free admission. Come by and enjoy the celebration that includes the famous lion dance and more. For more information visit www.sfzoo.org
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Rare Bengal tiger cubs born in Nicaragua to outlawed circus
 
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A trio of rare Bengal tiger cubs - one white, one orange and one golden - have become the stars of a Mexican circus in Nicaragua that is living in exile, after fleeing laws at home and elsewhere that ban it from owning animals.
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Eggo The Chihuahua Gives Birth To 8 Beautiful Puppies! | Amanda To The Rescue
 
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After being rescued by Amanda along with a plane full of other dogs, Eggo the pregnant Chihuahua is ready to give birth. With Amanda's help she gives birth to an incredible 8 puppies! Stream Full Episodes of Amanda To The Rescue: https://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/amanda-to-the-rescue/ Subscribe to Animal Planet: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkEBDbzLyH-LbB2FgMoSMaQ?sub_confirmation=1 Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalPlanet Follow Animal Planet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnimalPlanet
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The Calgary Zoo's Tiger Cubs Have Names
 
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The Calgary Zoo would like to thank the community for their participation in our baby tiger naming contest, launched on our website and Facebook page June 11th. Entrants were able to vote for the names of their choice for the two male cubs. Possible names were chosen by keepers from zoo staff and volunteer submissions with each name having a significant meaning or link to their Russian heritage. All entrants were given a free fountain drink at the zoo, and their names all went into a grand prize draw for a large stuffed tiger plush and a family pack of four zoo day passes. The winning names are: Samkha -- the syllables are the reverse of the cub's grandfather's name, Khasam, a long-time and well-loved zoo resident; means "sacred" in several areas of India. Vasili -- means "royal or "kingly" in Russian The young female cub has yet to be named by the generous sponsor who purchased the right at our Tusks & Tails fundraising event. The cubs are still venturing outside on their own schedule, often early morning or late afternoon. Many visitors have been fortunate enough to see them but it will still be awhile before they are out regularly. Vasili -- "royal"or "kingly" The young female cub has yet to be named by the generous sponsor who purchased the right at our Tusks & Tails fundraising event. The cubs are still venturing outside on their own schedule, often early morning or late afternoon. Many visitors have been fortunate enough to see them but it will still be awhile before they are out regularly.
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Rachel Platten - Fight Song (Official Music Video)
 
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Rachel Platten - Fight Song Fight Song EP is now available on iTunes! Download it here: http://smarturl.it/FightSongEP Follow Rachel Platten: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RachelPlatten Instagram: http://instagram.com/rachelplatten Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rachelplattenmusic Tumblr: http://rachelplatten.tumblr.com/ We Heart It: http://weheartit.com/RachelPlatten Music Video by Rachel Platten performing "Fight Song." (C) 2015 Columbia Records, A Division of Sony Music Entertainment. #RachelPlatten #FightSong #Vevo #Pop #OfficialMusicVideo
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Tiger Cubs' First Birthday Party
 
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For a 1-year-old tiger cub, cat-itude is everything! Eko, Ramah, Gusti and Zoya celebrated their first birthday this weekend in a wild way - complete with individual birthday presents, cards and ice cakes! Special thanks to our friends at Philadelphia Zoo, home of Zoya's birth mom, Koosaka, for gifting her with a new, enrichment toy to share with her foster brothers.
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Tigers Jaw has some fun with Outkast’s “Hey Ya”
 
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Outkast’s roots are planted firmly in the realm of hip-hop, with the duo being largely responsible for the surge in popularity of Atlanta hip-hop in the mid-1990s. But “Hey Ya” is a slightly different story. Written, produced, and performed by André 3000 on the duo’s 2003 double album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, “Hey Ya” merges pop, hip-hop, rock, and funk to create an eclectic track reminiscent of Prince in his heyday. It’s a great song from the group’s expansive catalog, and it’s the song Scranton rock band Tigers Jaw chose to take on for its Undercover. Decked out in sunglasses, the band brings some of its own flair to the track, adding a guitar solo and having a lot of fun with the call-and-response section. Visit: http://avclub.com Like: http://www.fb.com/theavclub Follow: http://www.twitter.com/theavclub
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Peoria Zoo Amur Tiger Birth
 
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Four Amur Tiger cubs born at Peoria Zoo! The cubs represent the first tiger birth at Peoria Zoo in over 30 years. Peoria Zoo's four cubs represent about a quarter of the Amur tigers that have been born in 2012, as part of the Tiger Species Survival Plan (SSP). Thus, they contribute greatly to the Tiger SSP's goal of maintaining a sustainable, genetically diverse zoo-based Amur tiger population that serves as a backup for the endangered wild population.
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Rabbit vs. Tiger : Chinese year of the Rabbit
 
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Pretty chinese video of a rabbit planning his rise uponthe almighty tigers.
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Chinese New Year 2010 - Year of the Tiger | I Am Birmingham
 
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EVENT: Chinese New Year Preparations LOCATION: The Arcadian, Chinese Quarter, Central Birmingham DATE: Friday 5th February 2010 INFO: Members of the city's Chinese Festival Committee explain plans to mark Chinese New Year 2010 (Sun 14th Feb) - the Year of the Tiger - with lavish celebrations and performances in Birmingham's Arcadian centre, Hurst Street and the Birmingham Hippodrome. They also reflect on the meaning of Chinese New Year and what it the Tiger zodiac has in store. (http://www.cnybirmingham.org.uk). FILM CREDITS: Featuring: Jeffrey K H Yap (Chairman, Birmingham Chinese Festival Committee), Ken K Y Tong (Birmingham Chinatown Lions Club). Director: Adam Yosef | Graphics: R3BELZ Inc. | Sound: Music Theme - Kevin MacLeod, Sound Editor: Kyle Kowalski | With thanks to: Birmingham Chinese Festival Committee, Golden Pond Restaurant, The Arcadian Birmingham. http://www.iambirmingham.net MMX © I AM BIRMINGHAM / ADAM YOSEF .
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Tiger Cub's first Kill | David Attenborough | Tiger | Spy in the Jungle | BBC Earth
 
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- In a stunning sequence shot in India, a tigress ambushes and stuns a samba deer before leaving it for her young cub, who is learning how to hunt, to deliver the bite that will kill it. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub From BBC 1 series Tiger - Spy in the Jungle. WATCH MORE: New on Earth: https://bit.ly/2M3La96 Oceanscapes: https://bit.ly/2Hmd2kZ Wild Thailand: https://bit.ly/2kR7lmh Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of astounding, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Want to share your views? Join our fan panel: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-details.aspx
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Tigers & Men: Deadly War | Full Documentary
 
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Full documentary about the deadly war between tigers and men due to the illegal trafficking of parts of this feline. A Russian village receives the inspection of the police and anti-poaching patrol. It seems to have been an attack by a tiger prowling around the village. The blood on the ground confirms that the tiger has attacked a human. The patrol follow the tiger tracks in the woods. In the end they found the bloodied body of the person who was attacked by the tiger. It confirms what they most feared: the tiger has killed a man. Tiger attacks on humans are extremely rare, but even if they do to eat. But it seems that this tiger has become a man-eater and now, the mission of the patrol becomes find and kill the tiger. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Follow us in FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶ Follow us in TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc This is the story of a fight to the death. A battle between men that will decide the future of the tigers. Without time for long-term plans, only direct action can halt the otherwise inevitable extinction. It is a war with innocent victims on both sides, an international struggle in which tigers and men die as a result of the immoral greed of invisible traffickers who run the illegal trade in the different parts of the tiger. This is, in short, the story of one species’ fight to save another, of man against his dark side, of the belated attempt of one super-predator to help another, who he has brought to the very edge of extinction. The actions to protect the tigers have gradually changed since the first alarms were raised, approximately two centuries ago. Since then, the defenders of the tigers have seen how the problems that threaten this feline have diversified and the battle fronts of this war have multiplied. Promoted by the Indian Wildlife Protection Society, this demonstration seeks to make the public aware of the terrible problem of the international trade in ivory and tiger bones. The main threats are no longer hunting for pleasure or the fur market. The demand of traditional Chinese medicine is decimating the populations in Russia and India, now that the number of Chinese tigers has fallen so much that they are considered an irrecoverable subspecies. Countries like China, North Korea or Japan permit, to a greater or lesser extent, the trafficking in parts of the tiger and new threats appear every time a battle is won in this endless war; a war that began over one hundred years ago. From Asia Minor to South East Asia, eight subspecies of tigers shared the world with us. Today, only five remain. In the course of two centuries, man has decimated the tiger populations. The species of Bali, Java and the Caspian disappeared forever. Of the five remaining subspecies, one, the Chinese, is irremediably condemned to extinction. And today, without local tigers, traditional Chinese medicine looks to the tigers of India and, above all, those of neighbouring Russia, where there is little control, for supplies that could, in just a few years, wipe out the Amur tiger or the Siberian tiger. In Russia, India, Indochina or any of the other countries that still have tigers, the situation of the tigers of the world is so alarming that constant monitoring by the guards is necessary. With international funds, the Siberian Tiger Project is fighting against this illegal traffic. While the scientists investigate in order to create an appropriate conservation plan, new patrols and new teams are joining the fight to save the tiger. Despite all the efforts, all the subspecies of tiger continue inexorably down the path towards extinction. And the battle is far from over. Perhaps in the world we are creating there is no room for the power, the greatness and the freedom of this lord of the jungle. But for many people, the world, and mankind itself would suffer an irreplaceable loss if we were to lose these magnificent felines forever. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-full-documentaries ▶ WILD ANIMALS | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-wild-animals ▶FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc ▶TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc Tiger attak... by Claudio Gennari available under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence 2.0 at https://www.flickr.com/photos/claudiogennari/3186012706/
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Rare newborn Sumatra tiger cubs filmed in London zoo - hidden camera footage
 
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ZSL London Zoo on Thursday (March 13) released footage of three cubs of one of the rarest tiger species in the world. Their 5-year-old mother, Sumatran tigress Melati, gave birth to the triplets on Monday 3 February after a 106-day pregnancy. After five weeks have passed, the zoo keepers are now confident the cubs are healthy and so the zoo has released hidden camera footage of the cubs with their mother. Melati and the cubs have remained inside their special cubbing den since their brith with Melati only occasionally going outside for food. As they have remained on their own and at present, keepers have not been able to identify the sex of each of the three cubs. The tiger species, which hails from the Indonesian island of Sumatra, is 'critically endangered' with only as few as 300 alive in the world. Visitors to the zoo won't be able to view the cubs or their mother for a while yet, but their father Jae Jae can be seen in the zoo's Tiger Territory. euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a euronews is available in 14 languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Tiger Woods 2018 Golf Swing: Best it’s Been in 12 Years
 
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Read the description below: Hit the thumbs up if you enjoy my videos. Also remember to subscribe to my YouTube channel. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR4-D2MXmpmtUWl1GWcdCQg?sub_confirmation=1 AND if you're serious about improving your own game join my website for the best instruction anywhere: https://members.WayneD.com Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WayneDGolf/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wdefrancesco Tiger is back with a swing that I think rivals any he has ever made. I like everything about it, but the biggest difference I see and the one thing I was hoping he would change was his hand path in transition. Looking at swings up to 2006 Tiger’s hands always worked out toward the ball as his left arm responded more passively to his trunk rotation. For the next 12 years his hands would start the downswing by dropping straight down, sometimes even pulling back behind him, jamming his right arm and making it difficult for him to rotate and “get around” on the ball, leading to too many off line drives. It would appear now that he has gone back to a more natural transition, one that reminds me of the starting motion for baseball hitting or throwing. He now has way more freedom for his right arm, with the added bonus of the fact that aiming the hands out toward or above the ball in transition encourages aggressive lower body rotation and makes it easier to accomplish. By moving the hands and arms downward in transition the rotation of the body is slowed by a fraction while the right arm attaches to the side too soon, enough to cause major problems at high speed. It doesn’t look like that anymore. I think he can get back to #1 with this action.
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DE HAVILLAND TIGER MOTH CLUB'S ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL MOTH RALLY WOBURN ABBEY
 
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The de Havilland Moth Club's Annual International Moth Rally. The Woburn Abbey Years Annually held on 3rd week of August . The de Havilland Moth Club presented it's 25th International Moth Rally in 2005 to the faithful that attend this wonderful event every year. It is held at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire England on the third weekend in August. Around 80 'Moths' of various types grace this attractive grass airfield over the weekend. 'Airfield' is a little over-stated here, whilst it was used as such during the Second World War, these days deer and sheep tend to graze the open parkland for 363 days of the year. The rally is not just for all the Moth type aircraft, but for all the other de Havilland manufactured aircraft. De Havilland types attending have included the; Dragonfly, Dragon Rapide, Dove, Heron and latterly in large numbers the DHC Chipmunk. In 2005 an ex Army Air Corps DHC Beaver attended. Modern metal constructed aircraft or 'tins', which would spoil the period look are excluded. However other vintage types are welcome guests. Visitors at previous rallies have included; a 1932 Blackburn B2, Focke-Wulf 44 Stieglitz, BA Eagle and various Miles manufactured aircraft such as the Magister, Hawk Speed Six and Hawk Trainer. Even a helicopter in the shape of a SARO Skeeter has attended the rally. The Skeeter was invited as it is powered by a Gipsy Major engine. Woburn Abbey is a the stately home of the Dowager Duchess of Bedford, there is no other place like it on Moth Club weekend.
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Tiger Cubs Born at Columbus Zoo
 
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Three Amur tiger cubs were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium late last night. Based on observations from a remote camera the newborn cubs appear to be healthy and are nursing in a behind-the-scenes denning area with their mother. This is the second litter of cubs for eleven-year-old female, Irisa, who gave birth to a litter last year. Father to this new litter is eight-year-old Jupiter who arrived at the Columbus Zoo in March, 2015 from the Czech Republic. Jupiter’s move to the Columbus Zoo was through a partnership with the European Endangered Species Program (EEP) and the Association of Zoos and Aquarium’s (AZA) Species Survival Plan (SSP) in an effort to increase the genetic health and diversity of tigers in human care. This birth marks the second litter sired by Jupiter but his first in a North American zoo. “Welcoming tiger cubs at the Zoo is always exciting but it is also a time when we proceed with cautious optimism,” said President/CEO Tom Stalf. “Tiger cubs are very fragile at birth, however they appear to be thriving and Irisa is being an attentive mother.” With the addition of the three cubs there are currently seven Amur tigers at the Columbus Zoo. The tiger is the largest of all cat species. Native to Asia there are six living and three extinct subspecies of tiger. Currently there are fewer than 150 Amur tigers in 49 AZA institutions in North America. These tigers are considered pedigreed since they have a known ancestry and breeding recommendations to maintain genetic diversity are managed by a studbook. Amur tigers (Panthera tigris altaica), also historically referred to as Siberian tigers, are critically endangered; fewer than 400 individuals are believed to exist in the forests of the Russian Far East. Their populations are dwindling due to overhunting of prey species such as deer and wild boar, habitat loss, and poaching for skins and body parts used in traditional Chinese medicine. Humans directly cause 75 to 85 percent of tiger deaths. The Columbus Zoo is a long-term supporter of the Siberian Tiger Project which was established in 1992 by the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Zoo’s privately raised funding contributes to improving human- tiger conflict mitigation, increasing capacity for young Russian scientists, and biological monitoring of tigers through camera trapping, track surveys and radio collaring.
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Tiger Woods Tour Championship press conference after first victory since 2013  | ESPN
 
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Tiger Woods fields questions at the press conference following his victory at the Tour Championship. Tiger talks about what his first win since 2013 means to him, along with the energy of the crowd at East Lake and how he’ll be celebrating on the plane to Paris. #TigerWoods ✔ Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: http://es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE ✔ Subscribe to ESPN FC on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEtoESPNFC ✔ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBEtoNBAonESPN ✔ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: http://es.pn/YouTubeTV ESPN on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/espn ► Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/espn ► Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/espn Visit ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball, soccer and more. More on ESPN.com: http://www.espn.com
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tiger vines present happy new year
 
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