Haha! That's fantastic. I love the part when the Gibbon jumps to the ground and stares down the Tiger. It's almost like the Tiger is hiding behind the tree saying to himself, "Oh Sh$*, here he comes again."
In other news, I have become way too addicted to Cyclone Fanatic. Why am I even watching this stuff? Does anyone else ask this question daily?
I doubt that the gibbon is doing this just for the fun of it. I think he is harrassing the tigers to get them to move on. Their presence represents a threat to the gibbon and any other gibbons - especially the young - in the area. I young gibbon who fell to the ground with these tiger cubs nearby would be in serious trouble. Better to harrass them into leaving before something bad happens.
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