Shut down the appalling Xiongsen Bear & Tiger Mountain Village, China

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Xiongsen is one of the world's biggest battery farms for rare animals, including 1,300 tigers.

As the wildlife reporter Paul Hilton has previously reported, Tigers are drugged and then punched by tourists for ‘entertainment’. Videos online depict people hitting Tigers with sticks and force them to move while paying visitors watch for ‘entertainment’.

The stock is worth hundreds of millions of dollars in China, where consumers also pay high prices for remedies, tonics and aphrodisiacs made from rare animals.

Tigers are also often ‘speed bred’ which is where newborn tigers are taken away from their mothers instantly after birth, with the mothers being forced to breed again swiftly. These babies are often used for selfies. Tigers are also killed so their bones can be used for tiger wine, which many believe acts as an aphrodisiac. There are up to 8,000 tigers forced to live in these horrific tiger farms in East and South-East Asia, while it is estimated that there are still only around 3,800 tigers left in the wild (WWF).

As of 2016, The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) estimated there were 200 tiger farms in China, Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos, where unspeakable crimes against animals are being perpetrated.

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