Wayne McCallum


Sooyong Park lies motionless in his earth bunker, alone and frightened, while above, three Siberian tigers, 600-plus kilograms of untamed wild, stand on the ceiling of his makeshift shelter, sniffing and pawing. The curious felids sense something is amiss, but what? Suddenly there is a loud crack! And in a cascade of dirt and ply a tiger’s foot breaks through the bunker’s ceiling. Life stops, the moment holds, the terrified human waiting to see what will happen next.

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