A wrestling match. In the wild. Two strapping, fully grown, male tigers battling for territorial supremacy.
The Tiger is usually pictured as an unsociable beast, living a solitary life in its jungle realm. The well-known Chinese proverb, “one hill cannot shelter two tigers”, appears to have been taken literally.
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