How Tiger Farming in China Threatens World’s Wild Tigers

Number of tigers living in the wild: 3,200 (approximately).

Number of tigers being farmed in China: 5,000 to 6,000.

A tiger farm is a feed lot for tigers where they are bred like cattle for their parts to make luxury goods, such as tiger bone wine and tiger skin rugs.

Read Yale Environment 360 interview with wildlife activist Judith Mills.

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