Situated on the northern bank of the Songhua River, the Siberian Tiger Park (Dōngběi Yǔlín Yuán, 东北虎林园) is the largest natural refuge for Siberian Tigers in the world. The park is home to about 70 tigers that are monitored and taken care of by the park tenants.
For a fee, guests may purchase live animals and feed the Siberian tigers. One of the park's highlights is watching them feed, but beware: it can be a gruesome affair.
Visitors to the park can get frighteningly close to the animals, perhaps even closer than they'd like. But the park is well worth the visit, as there are few places in the world that offer such intimate interactions with the beasts.
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