Porgy, the male jaguar (panthera onca) from the zoo of Krefeld, got some extra food at shortly after 21:00 but it was in a sack. He easily got the first hole in it with his claws but kept tugging at it for a while. (Note the time of my camera isn't set up right so it shows a wrong time)
He's an impressive strong boy. The sack was bound at the big tree on which Bess and Porgy like to lie. When he tugged at it, the whole tree bended and also made a cracking noise one time.
The under normal circumstances impossible ISO value for this camera got achieved with a camera hack (don't try to install it on your camera except you are sure what you are doing, it could damage it). The quality suffers a lot but I had no other choice..
If you are interested in how it looks unprocessed with 200% of the max ISO value or think you can make a better edit than I could then have a look at the unprocessed file: [link]
too much noise for my liking.
More photos of Porgy:
Camera: Canon EOS 400D
Lens: Canon EF 75-300 @300mm
Monopod: Manfrotto 680B
ISO: 3200, f/5.6, 1/100s
Aperture Priority, Manual Focus
Shot through fence.