Who knew tigers loved a snowball fight?

Even tigers can't resist a snowball fight! Dudley Zoo keeps one entertained


It's not just humans who love a good snowball shoot-out... Sumatran tiger Daseep couldn't resist playing snowball with keepers at Dudley Zoological Gardens.

DZG Head of Media and Communications, Jill HItchman, said despite the species originating from the tropical rainforests of an Indonesian island, the two year-old tigress adored the recent snowfalls.

Even tigers can't resist a snowball fight! Dudley Zoo keeps one entertained


She told Rex Features: "This is the first heavy snow Daseep has seen and keepers thought she would stay cosy in her heated den, but she couldn't wait to explore.

Even tigers can't resist a snowball fight! Dudley Zoo keeps one entertained



"Keepers built her a snowman which she demolished in minutes then spent yesterday afternoon throwing snowballs which she absolutely loved catching with her paws."


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