Tigers Attack Tour Bus in China

Tigers attack tourist bus in China

 

China says it has nearly 6,000 endangered tigers in captivity.
PHOTO: China says it has nearly 6,000 endangered tigers in captivity. (Reuters)

A group of tourists visiting a wildlife park in eastern China had a narrow escape after bengal tigers attacked their bus, puncturing its tyres and destroying the windscreen, state media said.

 

A worker in charge of the enclosure at Jinan Wildlife World in Shandong province was at lunch when the incident happened last Saturday, and it took officials 10 minutes

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