Oct. 6, 2014 Jupiter, FL: A construction worker lost his thumb after being bitten by a tiger at Zoological Wildlife Foundation (a ZAA member) owned by a convicted felon and suspected drug kingpin, Mario Tabraue. Visitors to the zoo are encouraged to interact with the animals in the vast collection, which includes an alligator, different types of monkeys, birds, two different kinds of anteater, a fox and other exotic creatures.
In December 1987, the Associated Press reported that Tabraue was arrested as part of a sting operation targeting
Sybelle Foxcroft, Founder and Director of Cee4Life, joins Carole Baskin today from Melbourne Australia to talk about her work saving tigers.
Watch the undercover footage shared by Sybelle Foxcroft with CNN about the Tiger Temple in Thailand below.
See more of Sybelle's undercover videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/CEE4LifeAustralia
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Everything you’ve been told about this exotic, royal, endangered species is wrong.
By Jackson Landers|Posted Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, at 11:04 AM
A white tiger is a striking creature. Tigers are always impressive animals, but when you take away the orange, the result is a big cat that looks like a phantom out of a dream. They seem almost magical, and yet I firmly believe that the world would be a better place if there was not a single white tiger in it.
There are only about 4,000 tigers, at most, remaining in the wild. Yet
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