The disgusting truth behind the Tiger Farms in China
Thousands of tigers are dying in wretched conditions on farms masquerading as wildlife parks to feed a booming multi-million dollar business in China for wine made with their bones, a MailOnline investigation reveals. Newly-wealthy Chinese customers who cling to the traditional belief that tiger bone wine makes you stronger and peps up your sex life are paying up to £400 a bottle and driving a phenomenal growth in tiger farming. Sold as a health tonic and aphrodisiac in bottles shaped as tigers, the wine is surging in popularity with online sales and a tacit government acceptance of the trade making it easier than ever to order for the dinner tables of the country's growing rich elite. Read more about this cruel and disgusting trade of tigers suffering inhumanly by following the link below to The Daly Mail.