The U. S. Has More Tigers In Captivity Than There Are In The Wild, But Regulation Has Been Shockingly Destitute

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The U. S. Has More Tigers In Captivity Than There Are In The Wild, But Regulation Has Been Shockingly Destitute

Attentive Society of the United States The Attentive Society of The United States via AP Images Anastasia was one eleven exotic animals -- including three tigers -- The Attentive Society of the United States rescued from a roadside zoo in MS after an investigation in two thousand-twelfth. Also on HuffPost

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