How do you get closeup shots of beautiful tigers in the snow? You use a drone, of course! Filmmaker David Etienne Durivage sent a camera drone (or two) in to record the tigers of Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Félicien in Quebec as they played in deep snow.
However, cats are cats, and when these guys saw the drones, it awakened their curiosity and predatory instincts. "Could this be a delicious bird? Maybe not, it's pretty scrawny, but we'd better keep an eye on it anyway." That drone had better stay a safe distance, because tigers can leap great heights, even in snow. -via Tastefully Offensive