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In the same room was a heavy duty cooking pot on a gas hob, filled with the unidentified meat and bones of animals. The raid was the culmination of five years of work carried out by the Czech police, customs authorities and environmental inspectorate, who said they uncovered an organised ring of Czech and Vietnamese criminals illegally killing and processing protected big cats for the traditional Chinese medicine market.
Tiger remains stashed in a house in Prague.
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The trail of evidence began in early , when customs inspectors found a bag of tiger bones in the van of a Vietnamese man who claimed he had received them from a breeding facility in Slovakia. A few months later, the skeletons of two tigers were found concealed within a set of loudspeakers being exported to Hanoi.
The inspectors soon realised the paperwork was a mess. Tigers were reportedly being exported multiple times, disappearing altogether, or not having their deaths recorded.
Most worryingly, the mortality rate of tigers kept in private facilities was shockingly high. In zoos or in the wild, tigers can live to well over 20 years.
Officially, he breeds big cats to supply circuses, stage shows and petting zoos. Customs officials, however, believed he was also the likely source for the tiger products they were seizing en route to Vietnam. It took almost two years, but eventually Czech customs and police unravelled the network. At the top was Le Xuan Vu, a Vietnamese trader who would place the orders for the tigers.
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Though much of this product was clearly destined for Vietnam, authorities believe that a significant amount was also traded within the large Czech-Vietnamese community. Photo: Tristan Martin. In order to fulfil the growing demand for tiger and lion cubs, it is necessary to breed more and more animals. When the cubs have outgrown the petting zoos, other businesses such as circuses and stage shows can make use of them for another few years. A perversely bad, cruel, or wicked person: archfiend , beast , devil , fiend , ghoul , monster , ogre , vampire.
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At such times, under an abated sun; afloat all day upon smooth, slow heaving swells; seated in his boat, light as a birch canoe; and so sociably mixing with the soft waves themselves, that like hearth-stone cats they purr against the gunwale; these are the times of dreamy quietude, when beholding the tranquil beauty and brilliancy of the ocean's skin, one forgets the tiger heart that pants beneath it; and would not willingly remember, that this velvet paw but conceals a remorseless fang. View in context.
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