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LION AGAINST TIGER
An Extraordinary Combat In Which The King Of Beasts Was Vanquished A BATTLE TO THE DEATH Arranged By The Gaekwar Of Baroda, Hindostan, Who Backed The Lion Fought In A Specially Prepared Amphitheatre Before Thousands Of European And Native Guests-- Lively Betting, In Which The Gackwar Lost 37,000 Rupees
Publication:The Sun (1837-1991) - Baltimore, Md.
Date:Jan 26, 1899
 Abstract (Document Summary)

If there is one problem which has caused much talk and good-natured discussion among naturalists and hunters--one sub- ject often debated and never settled--it has been the question of relative strength between the lion and the tiger. East In- dian shikarries, or native hunters, and...

  

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