Anecdote Of The Week: Fighting A Pride

Written By: Elsie Law - Oct• 16•14

Lion FamilyA tiger, when attacked, fights alone. Even when the imperiled tiger is surrounded by fellow tigers, the tigers that are not in imminent danger do nothing to help. Lions defend against attack as a pride. No tiger attacks a lion within sight of another lion. A single lion, however, had it the will to, could slaughter every tiger on the planet, lined up cheek to jowl, one at a time.” -From, “The Reckoning” By: Randall Robinson

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