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Cheecky Tiger fight at Dublin Zoo

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Dublin Zoo, Wake up call from a tiger!       More of the Tigers..   Irish girl sings "Go Lassie Go" while driving a tractor - Sensational! When Riverdance comes to a Wedding! - Watch when the Bride and Groom join the dance. Traditional Irish Dance in Galway City, Ireland

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Asian Lion at Dublin Zoo

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Asian Lions at Dublin Zoo You may have never realised that lions resided outside of Africa but in fact, lions historically have roamed Europe, Asia and Africa. Unfortunately, there are only an estimated 400 Asian lions left in the wild in one small pocket of the Gir Forest, a national park in India. Asian lions differ from African lions in that they are smaller, the males have short and darker manes and they have a thicker coat than their African counterparts. The tassel on the end of their tail is longer than that on the African lion. One of the...

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Amur Tigers at Dublin Zoo ( VIDEO )

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Panthera tigris altaica The Amur Tiger, the largest of all the tigers, comes from the taiga or snowy forests of the Russian far east. Adapted to live in temperatures of minus 46 degrees celcius, the tiger has 3000 hairs on every square centimetre of its body. They hunt mainly for deer and boar. Today, this population inhabits mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region in southwest Primorye Province in the Russian Far East. In 2005, there were 331–393 adult and subadult Siberian tigers in this region, with a breeding adult population of about 250 individuals.   The population had been stable...

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