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Deadly poison threat to tigers

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Poison is emerging as the latest and most dangerous threat to the survival of the last remaining wild tigers in Thailand.

Poachers targeting tigers for their valuable skins and body parts are turning to insecticide as an easy way to kill the iconic animals.

In what's regarded as Thailand's most important tiger sanctuary, wildlife rangers report mounting evidence of gangs setting traps with fresh meat, laced with poison, as bait.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...onment-21618346

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that's an awefull way not even they hunt them with rifles and guns now they using poison ? that's twisted

leave tigers alone ! they're one of my favorite animals !

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Maybe if the Chinese buyers knew about this poison they wouldn't buy tiger bones since it would obviously affect the Viagra-like magical properties, obviously.

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They should just call open season on poachers. Let people holiday there and hunt poachers. Shoot the vile gits who hunt tigers.

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People like that are basically selfish cowards that only consider themselves and lining their pockets. Not my type of people at all. Since they are poisoning these Tigers their meat and internal organs also contains the poison. Maybe people will start getting sick and dieing because of it and stop some of their stupid practices.

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