Tiger and goats exist at the opposite end of the food chain — but sometimes the humbler animal can win out.
That's proved to be the case at a remote Russian safari park, where a goat designated as dinner for a Siberian tiger has instead turfed it out of its own shelter.
Timur the goat now sleeps in Amur the tiger's sleeping place, while the big cat beds down on top of his snow-covered shelter.
The fearless goat also chases Amur around his enclosure and was named Timur after a courageous kid in a popular Communist-era children's book.
Is there an economic parable in this?
Well, in macroeconomics, China is sometimes grouped with South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan as a "tiger economy" — a term used in reference to the fast economic growth of these countries