More tigers live in US back yards than in the wild. Is this a catastrophe? | Environment | The Guardian

It is easier to buy a tiger in some states than to adopt a rescue dog – and only 6% of the animals are housed in approved facilities.This is bad for the big cats – and for humans…

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