Tambun's 55-year-old wife, Han Besau, rushed out when she heard his screams and hit the tiger on its head with a ladle, causing it to flee, a police official in Perak state said.He must have got tigers confused with grizzly bears…
Tambun was receiving treatment at a hospital for lacerations on his face and legs. He told Malaysian media that he first tried to escape by climbing a tree, but the tiger dragged him down.
Shabrina Shariff, the state's wildlife department director, told the Malaysian Star that wildlife rangers planned to track down the tiger and chase it deeper into the jungle, where there were no human inhabitants.No, you fools!
That’s just what it wants you to do…!
Adult tigers are not, in fact, terribly good at climbing trees and may indeed get stuck in them. If you found yourself having to avoid a tiger, climbing a tree would make a lot more sense than trying to outrun it.
What animal are the Mainly Fail and Teletubbygraph reporting it as? I need a good laugh.
"Adult tigers are not, in fact, terribly good at climbing trees..."
I'd not like to take the chance. I'm not too good myself!
"What animal are the Mainly Fail and Teletubbygraph reporting it as? I need a good laugh."
Sadly, they don't seem to be. Perhaps they aren't taking any chances?
Excellent to find out there are still tigers in Peninsular Malaysia!
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