Now it was the shape of a man in a long robe, the fleecy whiteness of which was made out of the fountain's spray; now it was a lion, or a tiger, or a wolf, or an ass, or, as often as anything else, a hog, wallowing in the marble basin as if it were his sty.
Chancing to cast his eyes at the fountain, he saw that it did not shift its shape, as formerly, nor looked either like a long-robed man, or a lion, a tiger, a wolf, or an ass.
Swim, then, and roll on the wet grass, and if it be mud it will wash away,' said Tha; and the First of the Tigers
swam, and rolled and rolled upon the grass, till the Jungle ran round and round before his eyes, but not one little bar upon all his hide was changed, and Tha, watching him, laughed.
With his savage eyes and bristling moustache he was wonderfully like a tiger
And dreadfully tough," added the Hungry Tiger
, in a sad voice.
He fled ignominiously before the little, two-legged creature who was more terrible than himself who was a full-grown Royal Bengal tiger
With the report of his rifle the tiger
stopped short in apparent surprise, then turned and bit savagely at its shoulder for an instant, after which it wheeled again toward Delcarte, issuing the most terrific roars and screams, and launched itself, with incredible speed, toward the brave fellow, who now stood his ground pumping bullets from his automatic rifle as rapidly as the weapon would fire.
Father Wolf listened, and below in the valley that ran down to a little river he heard the dry, angry, snarly, singsong whine of a tiger
who has caught nothing and does not care if all the jungle knows it.
was now upon the bull's broad back, clinging to the huge neck with powerful fangs while its long, strong talons ripped the heavy hide into shreds and ribbons.
There will be lots of fat babies at the celebration, I hear," remarked the Hungry Tiger
, yawning so that his mouth opened dreadfully wide and showed all his big, sharp teeth; "but of course I can't eat any of 'em.
During his reign he made a royal proclamation for a general assembly of all the birds and beasts, and drew up conditions for a universal league, in which the Wolf and the Lamb, the Panther and the Kid, the Tiger
and the Stag, the Dog and the Hare, should live together in perfect peace and amity.
and monkey as he may be, I am ready to run the risk of being introduced to him.