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Found: 8 Tigers

Posted by MyLaowai on Monday, April 23, 2007

AP reports that 8 rare adult tigers have gone missing from the Ranthambore National Park.

Well, I’ve found them. Seriously, no bullshit. They can be found in QingPu, Shanghai (at least, parts of them can). I know this because I see them for sale 3 days in every week, right in the main street. The people doing the selling probably don’t make as much profit as they’d like, because I frequently see them paying money to the Police to be allowed to continue operating their racket, but I guess there’s still enough to make it worth their while. They also sell bits and pieces from a host of other rare and endangered animals from all over Asia, in case you were wondering.

And yes, I do know that this is obviously impossible because China says this is an illegal activity and there are no criminals in China etc etc etc…

When my grandkids ask me why there are no animals left in the wild, I’m gonna simply show them a map of China, with the word “Bastards” written across it.

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2 Responses to “Found: 8 Tigers”

  1. There’s a group of these guys – maybe the same ones – who sometimes set up in front of the supermarket near our apartment. They also sell daggers and other well decorated knives and wear clothes that bring to mind Ali Babba and the 40 thieves.

  2. MyLaowai said

    Ah yes. That would be the Chinese gang known as Wang Baba and the One Point Four Billion Thieves.

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