Tigers Caught Dancing

These stunning pictures have captured the moment two tigers were caught dancing on ice. These two Siberian tigers look perfectly co-ordinated as they play in the snow at Vienna’s Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo. In one snap the big cats look as though they are in the middle of a furious Tango as they hold their paws up to each other. The series of snapshots taken by photographer Jutta Kirchner are as striking as they are interesting.

These stunning pictures have captured the moment two tigers were caught dancing on ice. These two Siberian tigers look perfectly co-ordinated as they play in the snow at Vienna's Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo. In one snap the big cats look as though they are in the middle of a furious Tango as they hold their paws up to each other. The series of snapshots taken by photographer Jutta Kirchner are as striking as they are interesting.

These stunning pictures have captured the moment two tigers were caught dancing on ice. These two Siberian tigers look perfectly co-ordinated as they play in the snow at Vienna's Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo. In one snap the big cats look as though they are in the middle of a furious Tango as they hold their paws up to each other. The series of snapshots taken by photographer Jutta Kirchner are as striking as they are interesting.

These stunning pictures have captured the moment two tigers were caught dancing on ice. These two Siberian tigers look perfectly co-ordinated as they play in the snow at Vienna's Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo. In one snap the big cats look as though they are in the middle of a furious Tango as they hold their paws up to each other. The series of snapshots taken by photographer Jutta Kirchner are as striking as they are interesting.

These stunning pictures have captured the moment two tigers were caught dancing on ice. These two Siberian tigers look perfectly co-ordinated as they play in the snow at Vienna's Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo. In one snap the big cats look as though they are in the middle of a furious Tango as they hold their paws up to each other. The series of snapshots taken by photographer Jutta Kirchner are as striking as they are interesting.