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#20 - This guy is not acting ********. He is provided a well deserve… 08/21/2016 on Nice car you got there m8 +11
#55 - A cat will roll over on its back after its already entangled i… 08/21/2016 on Baby Jaguar meets Baby Tiger 0
#29 - The only time a cat rolls on its back to fight would be during… 08/21/2016 on Baby Jaguar meets Baby Tiger 0
#16 - There are other signs of submitting through the jaguar's body … 08/21/2016 on Baby Jaguar meets Baby Tiger +12
#15 - Domesticated animals do it all the times. Dogs will reveal the…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2016 on Baby Jaguar meets Baby Tiger +63
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#19 - teseus (08/21/2016) [-]
That's really cool, thanks man!
#9 - The Jaguar is submitting to the tiger. A cat or dog would ever…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/20/2016 on Baby Jaguar meets Baby Tiger +206
#34 - anon (08/21/2016) [-]
not necessarily. Big cats roll on their backs when fighting to protect their spine. While on it's back the opponent can try and go for the throat but the car rolled over has all four claws and teeth ready to attack. It's a defensive position.
#55 - randomzdude (08/21/2016) [-]
A cat will roll over on its back after its already entangled it's foe. This is because much like with prey it can use its powerful back legs to scratch at the stomach in an attempt to debowel it. (I have seen my cats do it with rabbits after they have caught them). But they would never ever start with that position. They lose too much power, too much leverage. If it was a real fight, or even a play fight, the tiger could just run around the jaguar while it was on its back and attack its bare stomach. Besides, a big animal will never attack the spine. It's too hard and in a fight it's probably not likely to break anything there. Big cats instinctively go for debilitating wounds. Ex. Neck, Eyes/Ears(swiping with paws), Legs etc.
#28 - anon (08/21/2016) [-]
Not sure if true. That jaguar looks like it is on a defensive fighting position. Big cats do that often when fighting against bigger opponents.
#29 - randomzdude (08/21/2016) [-]
The only time a cat rolls on its back to fight would be during the fight. For the same reason after they catch a rabbit they will hold the animal with their front paws and try to claw and them with their back paws. They to do this to prey to debowel them. But like I said, they wouldn't start by rolling onto their back.
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#13 - teseus (08/21/2016) [-]
True, a cat will never show its belly to something it sees as a threat, but is it really submitting? That kind of behavior can be seen in mature animals, but here we're talking about a baby jaguar and a baby tiger. Legit question: Is it possible that the jaguar might have no idea that it shouldn't let its belly discovered? I see it can barely walk so it's probably not that old. I have no idea how big cats generally behave, but I've seen cats acting like dogs and dogs acting like cats.
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#61 - masterboll (08/21/2016) [-]
its probably not "submitting" but playing around out of curiousity

it doesnt see the tiger as a threat
#16 - randomzdude (08/21/2016) [-]
There are other signs of submitting through the jaguar's body language. Ears back, head sideways along the ground, crouched close to the ground. While the tiger is standing upright the whole time. Likely the jaguar knows that if they got into the tiger would fuck him up because of the size difference.
#15 - randomzdude (08/21/2016) [-]
Domesticated animals do it all the times. Dogs will reveal their stomachs to babies. Runts of litters will do it to the bigger males in play. It's pretty common. I would have to guess that revealing your weak point would be an instinctual thing. Like the way that cat's will eat their placentas after birth to avoid attracting predators. Or how other animals will eat in bursts to watch out for predators. I've had multiple cats that have had kittens, and can confirm that this sort of behavior does happen pretty often between kittens playing.
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#19 - teseus (08/21/2016) [-]
That's really cool, thanks man!
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#224 - failtolawl (08/16/2016) [-]
exactly
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#17 - sithjedipiratninja (08/11/2016) [-]
People who get their Lunches stolen at work should TOTALLY do this...... sheeee
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#14 - harshy (08/11/2016) [-]
seems right to me