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05:23:03 PM Sep 17th 2011
edited by ading
Even large, herbivorous domestic cattle are more dangerous to handle than tigers (which are carnivorous, predatory, and wild) are.

I'm sorry, WHAT?
GreatWyrmGold
04:58:24 PM Aug 15th 2012
Cattle aren't likely to avoid humans, and have social dynamics that promote intra-herd fights. They're also big, heavy, and come in big herds.
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