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Tiger Farm in Thailand (20 pics)

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If you come to Thailand, don't forget to visit a local tiger farm. You may feed tigers and even pat baby tigers.

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№1 Author: Vinsanity (23 Jul 2010 01:06) Total user comments: 145


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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (23 Jul 2010 02:25) Total user comments: 6039


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What a great thing to be able to do. 04
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№3 Author: astroboy3000 (23 Jul 2010 02:58) Total user comments: 2543


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wow. score 1 for asia. take that Russia!
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№4 Author: Patty (23 Jul 2010 03:20) Total user comments: 1766


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The last picture is adorable!!!
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№5 Author: adzhoe (23 Jul 2010 04:01) Total user comments: 14959


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They look well cared for, not like that buddhist monk facility that was starving thier animals for lack of many things, i think that is in China?....
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№6 Author: raiderkane (23 Jul 2010 05:10) Total user comments: 390


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Tigers are cool.
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№7 Author: Jimmy Johnson (23 Jul 2010 05:27) Total user comments: 5518


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Sigfried and Roy's supermarket.
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№8 Author: rotten (23 Jul 2010 06:15) Total user comments: 1454


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№9 Author: Jinxaruny (23 Jul 2010 08:51) Total user comments: 10324


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just adorable!!!
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№10 Author: galz (23 Jul 2010 10:20) Total user comments: 2043


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№11 Author: motenaidayo (23 Jul 2010 11:56) Total user comments: 886


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№12 Author: Zack (23 Jul 2010 13:45) Total user comments: 277


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Sooooo cute!!! 01
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№13 Author: Spiro (23 Jul 2010 15:23) Total user comments: 717


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aawww ssoooo cute, but what do they do with the tigers when they are grown?? 11
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№14 Author: 2fuzzy (23 Jul 2010 15:36) Total user comments: 10400


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Very cute, but belong in the wild.
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№15 Author: aks3167 (23 Jul 2010 16:22) Total user comments: 1674


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№16 Author: apari (23 Jul 2010 17:29) Total user comments: 827


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Yeah, very cute Tigers, but captivity is not so cute.
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№17 Author: fluorescentG (23 Jul 2010 18:04) Total user comments: 3958


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bitchin 14
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№18 Author: Lu (23 Jul 2010 19:37) Total user comments: 15082


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Tiger jail. 02
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№19 Author: mortex (23 Jul 2010 21:47) Total user comments: 740


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To astroboy3000: I found your comment humerus, yet befuddling as Russia is in Asia--still funny though (You have earned +2 for humor, -1 for inaccuracy, netting you a score of +1) 06
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№20 Author: joffenbaker (23 Jul 2010 21:56) Total user comments: 4965


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Mostly westerners caring for them. 02
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№21 Author: Jimmy Johnson (24 Jul 2010 02:01) Total user comments: 5518


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Yeah, because you don't see tigers in circuses and zoos that were captured straight from the wild. A bred tiger is far more domesticated, which is a slightly important factor when interacting with humans.

But hey, Roy got mauled none the less, didn't he?
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№22 Author: doelbodho (24 Jul 2010 06:37) Total user comments: 332


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milk for baby tiger 04

jail for big tiger 10

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№23 Author: mahedi (25 Jul 2010 09:45) Total user comments: 10772


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Free them
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№24 Author: salsapopo (25 Jul 2010 13:27) Total user comments: 12723


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so cute
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№25 Author: Traxx (26 Jul 2010 09:43) Total user comments: 3


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I was already in Thailand in a Park with Tigers. There was one with 1 month, another one with 2 1/2 month and the oldest with 4 month. I asked to pet the 4month old one, but it wasn't allowed - too dangerous.
I asked where are the older tigers - answer was, there aren't any more older tigers in thailand. After this I knew that it was a bad idea to go to this park :(
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№26 Author: peterflynn (27 Jul 2010 00:20) Total user comments: 958


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I want one soooo bad
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№27 Author: cherrygarcia14 (3 Sep 2010 16:49) Total user comments: 2278


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11 they're so cute but humans are the reason they now have to bred in captivity in order to survive..
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№28 Author: 77serenity77 (28 Apr 2012 04:51) Total user comments: 1


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People. wake up and unplug from the matrix! Why do you think there are so many cubs and not many adults? This is a tiger FARM, farming for skins that'll provide mucho $$$. And you are paying to hold those precious beings that are actually on their death beds. Please people, start to question, instead of assuming that this is for some good!
here you go, just one news story about it: http://www.theaustralian.com.a
u/news/features/from-jungle-to
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Meanwhile, in Thailand, police colonel Kiattipong Khasam-Ang says he believes nearly all tiger parks in Thailand illegally sell cubs. Each cub fetches about 400,000 baht, or $12,500, depending on weight. Last year undercover police pretended to be from Thailand's anti-government red-shirt movement and negotiated the purchase of a cub. Its blood, the undercover officers told the traders, would be used for a ritual.

And they are also inter-breeding these to make different coloured tigers - why? mucho $$$ again!

Breeding them in captivity because this is the only way we can have tigers now??? How about fixing the environment so that ALL animals can live as they are supposed to be instead of locking them up in cages so that we can all feel okay about the destruction humans have pervaded onto the Earth.
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