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What's wrong with tigers eating live cows? They've never really been into the McDonalds and Pizza Hut culture have they. What does the stupid reporter think they do, have a weekly grocery shop? The mentality of some folk beggars belief.

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bravo tryxie well said.

If people want animals to have a better life in zoos then live prey is a possibility too.

 

And if they don't want zoos; then say goodbye to Tigers, Clouded and snow leoard, etc for ever. They are breeding them sucessfully fro release into the wild. For al the criticism of China; it is THEIR zoos and parks that have bred ONE THOUSAND Tigers this year. NOT us. We are all mouth and no f***** money to put into real Conservation effort.

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Totally agree, friad it's a bit In-Vogue nowadys to go after China now she's challenging the superpowers for economic supremacy!!but have to admit I did wince a bit at the $1 Chicken dispensor,

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What do you expect when most peopledon't know milk comes from cows????

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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So, it must have been a brave soul who was the first guy to volunteer to squeeze a cows butt and drink whatever came out!

 

The killing animals part is a bit weird and the chicken vending machine was downright kooky but, that doesn't really concern me much.

 

The part that I don't like is that by doing all this, the tigers are becoming unnaturally acclimated to humans. If they are ever released into the wild, they will be easy prey for poachers. They don't have a natural fear of Man. Those bastard poachers will pick them right off!

 

But... If those tigers are going to be kept in captivity for the rest of their lives, it could be an okay thing. When they die, they will, of course, be butchered and used in Chinese medicine and their pelts will be tanned, etc.

 

So, this practice COULD take a lot of poaching pressure off the tigers that remain in the wild.

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