How to Ship a Tiger to Canada

Instructables has a photo essay on the process of shipping a tiger to Canada. According to the author, guppie, the hard part is getting the tiger into the box. He had a little trouble actually finding a tiger, due to their camouflaging stripes, but he got the job done. Link

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That reminds me of one of my kids' favorite jokes:
Part 1:
How do you put an elephant in a refrigerator?
I don't know.
Open the door, put the elephant in, then close the door.

Part 2:
How do you put a giraffe in a refrigerator?
Oh, I know; open the door, put the giraffe in, then close the door.
No; first you open the door, take the elephant out, put the giraffe in, then close the door.

Part 3:
The Lion King called a meeting of all the animals; what animal missed the meeting?
Um, I don't know.
The giraffe; he was stuck in the refrigerator.

Part 4:
You're crossing the savannah and come to a river. How do you cross it without being eaten by crocodiles?
Um, I don't know.
You jump in the water, swim to the other side, then get out.
Uh, what about the crocodiles?
No worries; they're all at the meeting.
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