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The most longest tiger in the world =p

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  1. guinastrapazi

    guinastrapazi

    hahah superb photo :DDD

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  2. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @guinastrapazi : haha thank you very much for like & being the first comment =D

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  3. guinastrapazi

    guinastrapazi

    you're very welcome!:)

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  4. baijiu89

    baijiu89

    haha amazing!

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  5. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @baijiu89 : Thank you very much for like& comment =D

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  6. sancia

    sancia

    lol

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  7. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @sancia : Thank you very much for like & gigle =D

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  8. emkei

    emkei

    great!

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  9. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @emkei : Thanks =)

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The most longest tiger in the world =p

Sumateran tiger is the only one of two species of Indonesian who still exist after the other one, Javan tiger, were already gone from this world because the greed of human. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- taken @Kebun Binatang(Zoo) Bandung, Tamansari street, Bandung city, West Java, Indonesia, South East Asia

hervinsyah This photo was shot on film. Taken by hervinsyah with a Horizon Perfekt loaded with Fuji Provia ISO 100 (Expired in October 1997) film in Bandung, Indonesia. These tags describe this photo: lomography, horizon, perfekt, fuji, provia, slide/positive, film, iso, 100, expired, 1997, sumateran, tiger, kebun, binatang(zoo), bandung, tamansari, street, city, west, java, indonesia, south, east, asia, and hervinsyah. Date: 2012-03-01. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the albums Fuji Provia slide/positive film ISO 100 (135mm) (1997).

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