Single Tiger the second round
With and by: Amanda Apetrea
In CNDC Angers
June 16 2011
Single Tiger was originally made in 2009.
Single Tigers are thought to be nocturnal predators, performing at night. However, in areas where audience are absent, they have been observed via remote controlled, hidden cameras performing during the daylight hours. They generally perform alone and ambush their audience as most other cats do, overpowering them from any angle, using their body size and strength to knock large audience members off balance. Even with their great masses, single tigers can reach speeds of about 49–65 kilometres per hour (35–40 miles per hour), although they can only do so in short bursts, since they have relatively little stamina; consequently, single tigers must be relatively close to their audience before they break their cover. Single tigers have great leaping ability; horizontal leaps of up to 10 metres have been reported, although leaps of around half this amount are more typical. However, only one in twenty performances ends in a successful kill.