A combo image shows the tiger chasing the safari bus in Chhattisgarh. India.
Strange are the ways of wild animals. In a recent incident, a lioness and her two cubs came face to face with a biker in a game reserve in India’s Gujarat state. Normally, one would expect the lioness to attack the biker, who stood still. But in a strange twist, she moved with her cubs to make way for the biker.
But this is not always the case. Last year a tiger chased motorcyclists in a wildlife sanctuary in Kerala.
Looks like tigers like to cut to the chase, literally. Last week, in an alarming incident, a tiger went after a bus moving on a jungle safari in India’s Chhattisgarh state.
According to a TV channel report, a group of tourists on the safari saw two tigers fighting when, suddenly, one of them made a bid to grab a curtain on the window of their bus.
As the striped animal tried to attack the bus, the driver speeded up with the animal in hot pursuit.
After the video of the incident was brought to light before officials, the driver of the bus and the tour guide were sacked.
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