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Sudden Move - Siberian Tiger By Robert Bateman

By Robert Bateman

A young Siberian tiger frolics in the snow. Suddenly he stops. Is his mood still playful... or will he pounce? - Robert Bateman Sudden Move - Siberian Tiger by wildlife artist Robert Bateman. Panthera tigris altaica. "All animals play, especially young animals. This is very evident to anyone who has ever had a pet cat or dog. Play, however, often contains a foretaste of the real world of survival...competition, aggression and dominance are only slightly beneath the surface. A cat playing with a mouse is an experience that is not much fun for the mouse. "This is a young Siberian tiger I saw in a Canadian game park. His northern ancestry makes him perfectly suited to the snow. He is almost fully grown, but his youthful heart cannot resist a frolic in the freshly fallen snow and, bounding about, he has been doing pretend pounces and mock charges. Suddenly, he stops in mid-dash. The next second is unpredictable - he may roll on his back, or he may attack." - Robert Bateman. Print and canvas released 1995, Giclee large canvas released 2008.

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