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It's actually true. Given no obstacles, or other sounds, a Tiger roar can be heard up to 3 miles away.
Forgive me for not knowing the correct terms... but the roar is at a different.... "tone"? that allows it to travel farther, stronger.
Where as a sniper bullet is sharper sounding, and fades quickly, even though it may be louder in the direct vicinity. Though, tbh, part of being a sniper is keeping your position hidden, so many sniper rifles have modifications that lower the sound output (aside from silencers).
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Probably depends which way either of them is facing. Not to mention, a 10-second roar probably can travel farther than a 1/8 second gun shot.
(although, I'd also say that the bullet was traveling at super-sonic speeds, if I had to guess, so that he'd be dead before he heard the shot. Anyone nearby him might have heard it.)
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