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There's only 1 Harimau Sumatera ( Panthera tigris sumatrae ) left
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Posted 1/22/09 , edited 1/23/09
i'm so regreting that things could happen... why the Indonesian Goverment cant protect them.
and now, since it only 1 left in the whole world, i'm pretty sure that they are becoming a history.









b'coz greed peoples made them to be like this :(







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Posted 1/22/09
I bet it tastes really good. I wonder how much a burger made from it would cost.
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Posted 1/22/09

Cuddlebuns wrote:

I bet it tastes really good. I wonder how much a burger made from it would cost.


If you get one give me half.

The extinction of these wonderful tigers was probably inevitable anyways. I mean there are just animal species out there that literally destroy themselves, like Komodo Dragons. They eat their own eggs to stop their own bloodline, which is not normal for them to do so because their existance means that they once did not destroy their own line originally. I wish I had Steven Colbert's book right now because he talks about how there are just some animals out there about to be extinct and it's because they hate themselves. Although it may be satirical it might be true in some ways.

I wonder what "rare" tiger steak tastes like. And when I say rare I don't mean raw meat.
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Posted 1/22/09
That looks exactly like a regular tiger.
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Cuddlebuns wrote:

I bet it tastes really good. I wonder how much a burger made from it would cost.


since it only 1 left, so i bet u have to pay so much for a slice
isn't it so beautifull tiger? so sad if they have to becoming a part of history
Posted 1/22/09
think about holding that tiger ransom. i bet WWF would pay mucho deneros for that
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h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can
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butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?
Posted 1/22/09

h3ntie wrote:


butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?


the ecosystem/food chain gets fucked up if one animal is not doing their job or is extinct
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h3ntie wrote:


butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?


yeah..as u like
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Posted 1/22/09

Your_Typical_Friend wrote:


h3ntie wrote:


butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?


the ecosystem/food chain gets fucked up if one animal is not doing their job or is extinct


But it looks exactly like any other tiger. It probably acts like any other tiger too
Posted 1/22/09

h3ntie wrote:


Your_Typical_Friend wrote:


h3ntie wrote:


butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?


the ecosystem/food chain gets fucked up if one animal is not doing their job or is extinct


But it looks exactly like any other tiger. It probably acts like any other tiger too


yeah your probably right. i'm not zoo-ologist or what ever.
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h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


thats exactly what i was guna say.
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h3ntie wrote:


butterflysleep wrote:


h3ntie wrote:

That looks exactly like a regular tiger.


so, how to differentiate them? like Thai Elephant or Chinese Bear . can U really recognize them between others? U are a super if u can


But whats so special about them? If they die out aren't there like, a hundred tigers that look exactly like them?


THATS WHAT I WAS GUNA SAY ALSO. DAYUM, WE R SO ALIKE.
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ANYWAYSSS,
no one
would notice
if we lost this
last harimau
sumamamamamtera.
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