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MEMORABLE TRIP TO SINGAPORE ZOO

Postby zaheer.bakshi » Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:55 am

Hi All,
Sharing some of my favorite photos which I took during my visit to Singapore Zoo. I hope you all will enjoy seeing them. The Camera used is my Canon EOS 550D.

This is the best way to enjoy wildlife by capturing these magnificent animals in a frame.

http://s1310.photobucket.com/user/zahee ... PORE%20ZOO


The white tigers in the photos attacked one of the zoo worker sometime in 2008. There are 3 white tigers in the zoo.One male & two females. The male is named OMAR and the two females JIPPIE & WINNIE attacked the zoo worker and killed him.

The video for the attack can be viewed on youtube - URL - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXGoHFDtsgE

To read more about the attack - URL - http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne+Ne ... 99105.html



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Re: MEMORABLE TRIP TO SINGAPORE ZOO

Postby brihacharan » Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:03 am

Nice pictures zaheer!
The White Tiger attack is truly scary - wonder what the victim was doing in the enclosure :roll:
Moral of the story - Break the Rules & You pay for it (may be with one's own life as shown in the video)
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Postby zaheer.bakshi » Wed Jul 23, 2014 6:14 pm

It was a suicide. The incident report said that the deceased had not accidentally fallen into the tiger enclosure, but had deliberately jumped into the moat, waded through the water...before thrusting his chest towards the advancing tiger with both arms outstretched.



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Postby brihacharan » Thu Jul 24, 2014 10:24 am

zaheer.bakshi wrote:It was a suicide. The incident report said that the deceased had not accidentally fallen into the tiger enclosure, but had deliberately jumped into the moat, waded through the water...before thrusting his chest towards the advancing tiger with both arms outstretched.


> There's an old saying that "You're born with a 'mew' & go out with a roar"....
> But this miserable & unfortunate guy had it reversed....
> He perhaps 'mewed' as was going out (his throat being held in a vice-grip by the tiger)...
> While the roar was the privilege of the tigress :roll:
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Postby prashantsingh » Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:24 pm

Lovely photographs Zaheer.
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That's an interesting way of dealing with an animal attack.
In Uttarakhand the next to kin of any person who dies in a man animal conflict is given 3 lac Rs as compensation.
I suggest that the forest depth. Should consider all such cases as suicide



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Postby prashantsingh » Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:32 pm

In nine out of ten cases it is man who encroached upon the wild animals habitat. If that is done
The dept. Can save some money and put it to better use. It MAY also act as a deterant for people who make our jungles a free for all place. Exploiting it to the max n thereby causing irreversible damage.
. My personal thoughts. I know they will never be implemented



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Postby ckkalyan » Sat Jul 26, 2014 6:45 am

Lovely images zaheer.bakshi - looks like you enjoyed your time in Singapore! :D

That was an amazing real time video of the horrifying attack - thanks for sharing!


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Postby zaheer.bakshi » Sun Jul 27, 2014 1:10 am

Kalyan sir..thank you very much. Singapore zoo was all time favorite when I was working their. Another favorite was Singapore bird park. It is just a mind blowing experience to see the beautiful & colourful creations of almighty.




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