Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn, November 24, 2010 10:17 AM
Image from Save China's Tigers
Kathy Lally in The Washington Post:
Beijing-based environment correspondent for The GuardianJonathan Watts was there, and had this to say:
There is one Chinese organization fighting for tigers: Save China's Tigers, run by former Gucci executive Li Quan. One of the organization's main activities is 'rewilding' tigers or training zoo-kept tigers for re-introduction into the wild. The training is currently taking place in South Africa.
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