Feeding time at Harbin's Siberian Tiger Park (Warning: Graphic in nature)

Culture | by China Travel
Posted: January 25th, 2010 | Updated: June 30th, 2011 | Comments
Situated on the northern bank of the Songhua River, Harbin's Siberian Tiger Park is the world's largest natural refuge for Siberian Tigers, housing upwards of 70 tigers. In addition to the normal tour of the park, visitors can, for a fee, choose to feed the tigers. A simple chicken sacrifice will cost you RMB 40, while pheasants and ducks run RMB 100. More generous folks may want to consider offering the tigers a tasty sheep for RMB 600, while platinum-level donors will surely go for the crown jewel of the menu, cattle for RMB 1,500. During a recent trip to the 2010 Harbin Ice Festival (more Ice Festival photos), ChinaTravel.net acquired these graphic shots of a lunchtime feast at the Siberian Tiger Park.



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