Siberian tigers rip apart a chicken tossed out the window of an SUV in the background, as other tigers converge at the Harbin Siberian Tiger Park, Harbin, China, February 16, 2014. Such chicken feedings are staged for tourists at this tiger farm that wildlife advocates say derives most of its income on the illegal trade of animal parts from captive-bred tigers.
Siberian tigers rip apart a chicken tossed out the window of an SUV in the background, as other tigers converge at the Harbin Siberian Tiger Park, Harbin, China, February 16, 2014. Such chicken feedings are staged for tourists at this tiger farm that wildlife advocates say derives most of its income on the illegal trade of animal parts from captive-bred tigers. MCT
Siberian tigers rip apart a chicken tossed out the window of an SUV in the background, as other tigers converge at the Harbin Siberian Tiger Park, Harbin, China, February 16, 2014. Such chicken feedings are staged for tourists at this tiger farm that wildlife advocates say derives most of its income on the illegal trade of animal parts from captive-bred tigers. MCT

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