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Thise both look to be young tigers in their 'puberty'. It's just another example of how experience (the monkey) will win over youth (the cubs) most of the time especially when the 'youths' are mainly interested in playing and not eating.
Hmmmnn...reminds me of the story about the guy from Sly and the Family Stone and how he owned a pet baboon that would heckle his bull terrier and then run up a fence when the dog gave chase. The baboon would make this a daily ritual...bugging the dog, then running up the fence and having a good snigger.
Of course, Sly one day, thought it would be funny to grease up the wooden fence and see the results. Yup, that old baboon looked real surprised when he slid down the fence and was torn to shreds by the dog.
Kind of makes me want to have my own gibbon-jungle. It'd be cool to watch them spaz out and do matrix flips and crouching tiger hidden dragon through all the trees and everything. That would be interesting. lol.