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Wild tiger chases safari vehicle full of terrified tourists

A group of tourists in northern India got the fright of their lives on Saturday (November 30th) when a wild tiger chased their safari vehicle. Footage filmed in Ranthambore National Park in the north Indian state of Rajasthan shows the vehicle stopped on a road with tourists photographing a tigress known as Sultana. When the tour vehicle reverses away, however, the tigress follows and then starts to chase the vehicle for about 30 metres. The driver quickly stops reversing and steps on the gas to get away but still the tiger gives chase for several metres before eventually giving up and disappearing into the undergrowth. Some local reports blamed the expansion of tourism for the unusual behaviour of the big cat, suggesting that the felines are angered by the constant stream of safari vehicles.
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