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    Exclamation I've got a Tiger by the tail it's plain to see

    there won't be much when he gets through with me;
    I'm loosing weight and turning mighty pale,
    and it looks like I've got a Tiger by the tail!
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    Oooooooooh, STUNNING!

    Where on earth did you find him to photograph, GPR? (I'm fairly certain there are no tigers running loose in the Pacific Northwest . . )
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    What a beautiful tiger! Very nice photo GPR!
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    Thank you! I took her photo at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Wshington. Just a few days later she passed away.

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    Great pic, GPR. She looked a little scraggly - maybe old or not well........ RIP, tiger.
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    Thanks Lisa. The tiger was 24 years old and her health had been failing for the past year, ever since her mate had died.

    That photo is now my wallpaper on my computer.

    GPR
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