A video showing a Bengal tiger and a car full of tourists has gone viral on social networks. The large feline tried with its fangs to force tourists to stay on site.
In the viral video, you can see that the tourists’ safari was stopped because a Bengal tiger started biting the rear bumper in Bannerghatta National Park, near Bangalore, Karnataka in India.
Seeing the left side of the rear bumper was detaching from the car from its bites, the feline went to the right side and managed to drag the car backwards.
Tourists had to stay stranded for several minutes inside the car, including another car that passed near the place tried to scare away the tiger so the car could move. However, this only provoked the curiosity of a second tiger approaching the site.
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Tiger pulling tourist vehicle in Bannerghatta park , Bengaluru— Mona Patel (@MonaPatelT) January 15, 2021
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