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Published on Dec 25, 2008
While I feel this deserves to retain place as Exhibit E For 'Bull Defeats Tiger' fights (hence the 'E' In the title), the Tiger deserves a bit of credit for having injured the Herbivore. The vast maority of Tigers fail to wound their Bull-adversary in arena battles, and this was the first discovered by CreaturePhenomenon in which the Tiger actually harmed its antagonist - even if the blow was a matter of luck, as opposed to a calculated attack. The Bull gored the Tiger, who in turn broke the Bull's leg. Despite having only three limbs, the Bull proceeded to destroy and 'fatally injure' the Tiger. Once the Tiger's spine was impaired, the battle grew calm.
Article Title: Crowd Watch While Tiger Fights Bull Bull And Tiger Battle Bull And Tiger Fight
Publication: Los Angeles Times, January 11, 1909. Washington Post, January 12, 1909. Reno Evening Gazette, January 20, 1909.