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Boeing 747-400 (EI-XLN)

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Mark Thomas
Geez, who signed off on THAT?!?
Dwight Hartje
Cool nose! Seen in Daily Newsletter!
John Giambone
Wicked Cool!
Jeremy Kudlick
Now THAT is a big cat!
rapidwolve
Can u imagine the look if it were snarling?
Jim Smirh
"who signed off on THAT?!?"
Perhaps someone hoping draw some attention to what humans have done to the various animals of out world? This is a Russian company promoting the Amur Tiger Center. Russia happens to be the first country to set aside a huge area for these tigers, who had declined to as few as 40 individuals. Thanks to the protection efforts, they now are making a strong comeback. Maybe this is not a very wide-spread "ad" but something worth bringing attention. ;-)
Kurt Anderson
Too many short hops for a big plane like that. Can't make no money like that.
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