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Thursday, Nov 21, 2019

Tigers fight a fierce battle over tigress in Ranthambore. Watch

The video shows two tigers pouncing on each other and engaging in a fight, while a third one looks on.

it-s-viral Updated: Oct 18, 2019 11:32 IST
Trisha Sengupta
Trisha Sengupta
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
None of the animals were injured in the fight.
None of the animals were injured in the fight. (Twitter/@ParveenKaswan)
         

In today’s edition of epic-animal-showdowns, we have a video that captures a brutal and violent fight between two tigers. Shared by IFS officer Parveen Kaswan on Twitter, the video is equal parts scary and fascinating.

“That is how a fight between #tigers looks like. Brutal and violent,” Kaswan tweeted. “They are territorial animals and protect their sphere. Here two brothers from Ranthambore are fighting as forwarded. (T57, T58)” he added.

The video shows two tigers pouncing on each other and engaging in a fight, while a third one looks on. The minute long video goes on to show the fierce battle between the two animals. What’s further intriguing in the video is the roar of the animals in the background.

In follow up tweets, Kaswan informed that T57 won the fight. Thankfully, however, none of the animals were injured. He also wrote that the video was captured by Hansraj Gurjar.

Tweeple couldn’t stop dropping all sorts of comments on the video. While some of them were simply left amused, there were those who termed the fight as “magnificent.” A few took a funny route to react on the video.

“Who was the 3rd lion that ran off in the background? Sibling?” inquired a Twitter user. “That was one hell of a fight,” observed another. “And this is also considered as rarest of the rare moment,” wrote a third.

Here’s how others reacted:

What do you think of this wild fight?