Weeks Later, Tiger is Still Friends With Goat He Was Supposed to Eat
The goat that was meant to be food for a tiger in November are still friends.
In November, a goat who was supposed to be dinner for a Siberian tiger befriended the big cat instead, and weeks later, they are still close friends.
As photos show, the unlikely duo, who live at the Far East Safari Park in Primorsky, Russia, continue to hang out.
"We think that the goat never came across tigers and no-one taught him to be scared of them," a keeper told the Siberian Times in November. "Amur the tiger is quite cautious by his nature decided not to go to the trouble of hunting Timur."
Siberian tigers are endangered. There are about 500 in the world.
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