Kody Antle is an animal trainer at The Institute for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species (T.I.G.E.R.S.) located at the wildlife park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA.
Kody Antle is nicknamed “real life Tarzan” because of his affinity and love for domesticated wild animals. He became popular when he started posting videos of his adventures with animals on Instagram and TikTok. He has since garnered more than 18million followers on both platforms.
“I was really lucky I was born into this.
“My father started the whole thing about 35 years ago with the animals, so I was just one of them born into the litter. I had tigers as my big sisters and brothers, and I had the elephant as my big sister growing up. And it’s just been a whole life filled with animals.” he said at one point.
His father is Doc Antle, an animal trainer and head of the Wildlife at Myrtle Beach and star of “Tiger King”, a Netflix Documentary series.
Kody took to Twitter to share the transformation pictures of three Tigers he raised as cubs.
However, his post has generated mixed reactions from users who thinks he should always remember that the Tigers are wild animals. What do you think?