This week the Internet and its users had two very distinct experiences. The first was the “do cats eat bones” story. I did a piece on the story for the site I write for, The Daily Reckoning. It was an absolute blast. The second experience was seeing a few people walk out of the forest and make a discovery that, on closer inspection, turned out to be true.
It turns out that the world’s most notorious cats, the Bengal Tigers, are actually the least carnivorous of the big cats. In fact, they don’t eat anything other than their own feces, which they usually urinate into. That’s so not true, but it’s certainly a good thing to know.
I have to imagine that the only thing tigers eat that you dont touch is the bones of a human being. That said, their behavior is the opposite of a cat. So, they are a lot more open to experimentation, not just the bones of a human.
I guess the thing is, tigers dont really eat bones at all. They just eat their own intestines. A recent experiment with a Bengal Tiger in Africa showed that they will eat the intestines of deceased animals as well as their own. You might think that they would only eat their own intestines, but that isnt the case. They will ingest feces as well, as well as the intestines of a deceased animal. So, they are definitely cannibals.
In the video above, we see a Bengal Tiger eat a live sheep that had been lying on the ground. The tiger then sits on top of the sheep. The tiger then proceeds to eat the sheep. There is a pretty big difference between the two and to me it shows that tigers are carnivorous predators. They are not, however, omnivorous. They will eat anything.
The point of the video is to make us think about the cannibalistic tendencies of tigers, but also to open up some debate about the ethics of eating dead animals. After all, the idea of eating a dead animal does not necessarily reflect the ethics of the act, but the act. As such, the video is a very good way to open up a discussion about the ethics of eating dead animals.
While tigers are definitely carnivores, I don’t think that it’s necessary to go into that in this video. Though, I would like to note that the video is not as clear as it could be about what actually happens to the tigers in the stomach and intestines. They could have had the tiger eating them and then having it chewed up by the other tigers which would have had an effect on the tiger.
I think we should discuss whether it is ethical to eat dead animals, and then discuss the actual effects of the stomach to intestines chewing. I know it can be hard to discuss these things in an open forum, but I think this is a good way to open up the discussion.
I think we would all agree that this is one of the most disgusting things you can eat, and I think this is a very important discussion.
Eating dead animals or even having them chewed up by other animals would be a very disturbing event. It is a very good thing to consider when you’re thinking about how you want to spend your time, and if you want to be the type of person who doesn’t do that, then you’ll probably never be a successful person. Eating bones also makes a lot of sense, as your body would have to digest it and eliminate what it’s left with.