Vietnam's tiger farms are called trafficking hubs

Vietnam's tiger farms are called trafficking hubs

Ho Chi Minh City : Vietnam | Jul 27, 2012 at 4:05 AM PDT
Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer
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Vietnam (AP) Nineteen tigers prowl outdoor cages the size of dormitory rooms, nibbling frayed wire fences and roaring at a caretaker who taunts them with his sandal...The facility breeds tigers, but has never supplied a conservation program with any animals nor sold any to zoos. FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Post Intelligencer
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