Refrigerated tiger carcasses in cold storage
Huddled in filthy cages and starved to the extent their fur is hanging off their jutting bones, these once majestic creatures are mercilessly being killed to decorate the homes of the elite, while their bones are ground down to make “tonic” wines.
As few as 3,500 tigers survive in the wild, yet more than 5,000 captive-bred tigers are held in sickening Chinese ‘farms’ and ‘zoos’.
There is evidence suggesting a ‘secret’ Government notification on the use of the bones of captive-bred tigers is being used to justify the manufacture of ‘tonic’ wines, which can sell for as much as £130 a bottle.
Tiger bones are soaked in wine, but are not listed as an ingredient in the ‘tonic’, a report by London-based Environmental Investigation Agency states.
Tigers are starved to death and then turned into wine..
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