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    Siberian tiger food delivery vehicle - photo

    Modified vehicle for delivering food to Siberian tigers.


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    Polar bear filming enclosure.


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    That's worth a link of Quint chiding professor Hooper's shark cage. But I won't.
    I'd like to film a polar bear this way; along with a Browning door lock, a carton each window cleaner and towels...and two-way radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    That's worth a link of Quint chiding professor Hooper's shark cage. But I won't.
    I'd like to film a polar bear this way; along with a Browning door lock, a carton each window cleaner and towels...and two-way radio.
    And an extra pair of drawers.
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    Modified vehicle for delivering food to Siberian tigers.

    He that feeds and drives away, lives to feed another day?
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    I've seen what a Black bear can do to get into a vehicle for the cooler left inside by a turon, by just pealing down the door, (they read Igloo very well) and they only weigh about 250. These guys weigh ~400lbs, can jump 12+ feet and eat about 20lbs a setting. Wonder if that mesh would really hold up? I would think a Rollling drop...better yet an air drop, would be the best sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    I've seen what a Black bear can do to get into a vehicle for the cooler left inside by a turon, by just pealing down the door, (they read Igloo very well) and they only weigh about 250. These guys weigh ~400lbs, can jump 12+ feet and eat about 20lbs a setting. Wonder if that mesh would really hold up? I would think a Rollling drop...better yet an air drop, would be the best sense.
    Lol.
    Irvine, CA 1978. There was an attraction named "Lion Country Safari". You drove through in your private vehicle [no convertibles!] among elephants, hyenas, cape buffalo, rhinos, gazelle, lions; the works. A very reasonable simulation of African veldt/ savanna, with hidden fences.
    I drove the 65 El Camino, dating my Buenos Aires exchange student. Well, halfway through a rhino occupied the warm asphalt dang near full width. The wardens in zebra striped Broncos arrive, shooing him off with BB rifles. Not much farther, we felt the little Chevelle chassis tremble and squat, with a lioness peeking in the back window, of course standing in the bed. I so wanted a picture but couldn't frame a 70's era selfie with a 200mm lens. The BB gangsters rolled up, missed my windows, and I got the best hugs ever.

    https://www.yesterland.com/lioncountry.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Lol.
    Irvine, CA 1978. There was an attraction named "Lion Country Safari". You drove through in your private vehicle [no convertibles!] among elephants, hyenas, cape buffalo, rhinos, gazelle, lions; the works. A very reasonable simulation of African veldt/ savanna, with hidden fences.
    I drove the 65 El Camino, dating my Buenos Aires exchange student. Well, halfway through a rhino occupied the warm asphalt dang near full width. The wardens in zebra striped Broncos arrive, shooing him off with BB rifles. Not much farther, we felt the little Chevelle chassis tremble and squat, with a lioness peeking in the back window, of course standing in the bed. I so wanted a picture but couldn't frame a 70's era selfie with a 200mm lens. The BB gangsters rolled up, missed my windows, and I got the best hugs ever.

    https://www.yesterland.com/lioncountry.html
    The lion if it were male was probably old Frasier
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    The lion if it were male was probably old Frasier
    We had a LCS in Texas for several years my kids loved touring through it.
    Glad you liked yesterland link...there's a pop quiz first thing in the morning. :|<:-):
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