Xiongsen Tiger and Bear Mountain Village in Guilin, Guangxi Province, China, which has more than 1500 tigers and also owns the Xiongsen Liquor Limited Company which uses tiger bones to make tiger wine used to treat arthritis amongst other things.

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A skinny tigers in a cage at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
[/fullscreen] A skinny tigers in a cage at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
A tiger blind in one eye at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
[/fullscreen] A tiger blind in one eye at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
One year old cubs in cages at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
[/fullscreen] One year old cubs in cages at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
Rows of tigers in cages at the Xiongsen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
[/fullscreen] Rows of tigers in cages at the Xiongsen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
Feeding time for tigers in cages at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
[/fullscreen] Feeding time for tigers in cages at the Xiongshen Tiger and Bear Park in Guilin China. The park has farmed 1500 tigers and sells an illegal tiger bone wine to tourists that visit the park.
 

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