- A man identified as Kody Antle got people talking on social media after posting before-and-after photos of himself and his tigers
- He has been training the tigers since they were cubs and he still takes good care of them now that they are grown
- A quick glance on Kody's Twitter page suggests that he and his wild animals are friends and they seem to love him
A man identified as Kody Antle has caused quite a stir on social media after posting before-and-after photos of himself and his tigers.
In one of the photos, the man could be seen with the tigers when they were still cubs. Another photo shows him with the fully-grown wild animals.
Kody is an animal lover who trains a lot of them, including elephants. Sharing photos of himself and his tigers on Twitter, he wrote:
"How It Started ... How It's Going"
Tweeps instantly fell in love with the photos and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"And humans call these creatures wild??? When we see things stronger than us we just label them as dangerous. All because we can't kill them to eat and do all sorts like other animals, so sad."
"So beautiful. You're just living my life."
"These predators are not fed like humans. They are not fed daily, they can survive for even a week without eating."
"Bro these animals pose for photos better than most humans."
"The thing is, these tigers are domesticated, unlike those in the wild. All they can do is hurt him whenever they have a mood-swing which is normal for every animal (including humans)... but they can't chew him up even if they are hungry."
In a separate story, Briefly News reported that a graduate with the handle @JESSEDREVIVAL, who studied mechanical engineering in school, has taken to Twitter to showcase the work he is doing for survival.
It is no news that many people struggle to get a befitting job nowadays as more people are becoming 'accidental entrepreneurs'.
In a tweet on Thursday, May 13, the man shared a photo of himself at work and a snap showing when he got his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate.
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Source: Briefly News