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Saturday 29 February 2020


Tigers are being raised for slaughter in farms in a number of Asian countries.  These include China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.  The bones are used in  making a drink called "tiger wine".  The fetuses of stillborn tigers are also used in the ingredients of drinks.  The tigers are kept in vile conditions.

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National Geographic supplies a substantial article on this subject.

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