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Chinese are boiling up Tiger bones to make wine that boosts their sex drive

Several farms that pose to be "wildlife parks" in China have an evil secret. The tigers kept in captivity there are being starved so that their bones may be used to make wine. Sold as a pep tonic and an aphrodisiac, each bottle is sold at around £400 (approx INR 38,426). It's no wonder that the production has increased ever more considering the booming middle class in China who firmly believe that traditional medicine, which calls for the use of exotic ingredients, is therapeutic. The government's failure to intervene in the trade has made it all the more easy for customers to order a bottle at their dinner table or purchase them online. Please follow the link below to read about this evil practice in the India Times.