Friday, February 5, 2010

Only in China

Can you imagine going to the Zoo and be offered the "priviledge" of seeing tigers feed on a live animal. If you don't believe me check the pictures below (WARNING, it is pretty graphic) and also experience my loss for words when I was first saw it too.

The Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin, China is facing criticism for allowing visitors to participate in an unlikely form of entertainment: They can pay to see tigers feed on a live animal.

So yes tourists can choose from a menu what they’d like to see the ferocious beasts eat, chickens are served as appetizers to the tigers (at a cost of $5.50), followed by a live cow (at a cost of $205) dumped from a truck and pounced on immediately. And yes, tourists can take photos and watch with binoculars from a bus nearby.

I must admit that this is one the most disgusting and disturbing story I have heard in a minute.



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