Amur, a Siberian tiger usually eats goats. That is, till he met one currently called Timur. Amur lives at the Primorye Safari Park in Russia and is fed live food twice a week (normally goats and rabbits).
But when Timur was put in the enclosure (the goat did not have a name back then), the zookeepers were surprised what wound up happening. Amur left the goat alone, composes reshareworthy.
“No one showed the goat to be scared of the tiger. So, Amur decided not to mess with the fearless goat, and really did not eat it,” the zookeepers composed on the park’s web site.
Since then, Amur has decided that Timur was not prey, both act like old buddies. Timur walks after Amur and follows the tiger everywhere.
The goat gets fed daily and Amur seems to be warming up to his new friend. Zookeepers said that he has also grown protective of the friendly goat.” [He] hissed at a worker that feeds the tigers, as if to inform him, ‘Hey, do not you ever before approach my friend.’ Before that, he never showed any type of aggression towards staff,” the zookeepers kept in mind to RT. It seems that Amur is as fond of the goat as the goat is of him.