tiger bone wine
The illegal trade in lion bones is on the rise, warn conservation groups, which say it may be replacing the market for the ones used to make folk remedies like tiger bone wine.
Laos’ Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone is a casino resort area where the rich come to eat illegal tiger meat, pangolins, and bear paws.
Just when greater protection of endangered species is needed, say conservationists, China is potentially rolling back its prohibition on products made from tigers.
Chinese tiger bone wine might not cure eczema, but it could very well impress friends at a fancy dinner party.