Curious Tiger Tries His Best To Interact With Baby
You know how when you visit a ZOO, there are these signs plastered all over the enclosure, begging visitors not to interact with the animals? They should not be fed or aggravated for obvious reasons; people are paid by the ZOO to do those things (minus the aggravation part, of course).
Many ZOOs have thick glass panes between the animals and their visitors, meaning that you can get as close to the animals without actually getting close to them so that you can have the whole unabridged experience with any casualties. Parents usually place their babies right at the glass, so that they might take a snap or two of the kid with the safari-like backdrop. Looks kinda cool. But the animals, especially the predators, would not think twice to take a swat at the tiny, plump-looking prey in front of them. The look so juicy and yummy and they are right there!
These parents sound really happy that there is a couple of inches of enforced glass between their <a href="https://rumble.com/v3082o-baby-gives-hugs-to-kitten..html" target="_blank">baby boy</a> and big cat on the other side. The <a href="https://rumble.com/v30m2e-tiger-wants-to-play-with-little-girl-at-the-zoo.html" target="_blank">tiger</a>, however, is gobsmacked by the fact that even though the kid is right there, he just can’t seem to reach him. Why is that?
The kid is totally oblivious to his surroundings. He picks up the wood chips around him and tosses them around, while the tiger gives his best shot to pick the baby up. Another big cat joins to see what all the ruckus is about, but the big guy shoos him away because if anyone will get to the bottom of this, it is him!