Circus Ties Endangered Tiger Down With Rope So Laughing Customers Can ‘Ride’ Once-Proud Beast and Pose for Photos!

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The footage was originally posted on iqiyi.com alongside a caption that claims that tiger looked distressed and frantic .

It was also claimed that the animal was suffering from ill health at the time the video was recorded.

The Amur tiger, also called a Siberian tiger has been driven to the brink of extermination by hunting in the 1940s when it was believed no more than 40 individuals were left in the wild.

The population of Amur tigers was enlarged in the 1980s and now remains stable – with around 540 animals now living wild.

Source and Images: mirror.co.uk

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