Tigers are bred at farms in the border provinces in Laos before they are brought to Vietnam. A tiger breeding farm is located in Laos 40 kilometers from the Cau Treo international border gate in Ha Tinh province of Vietnam. There are also villages specializing in illegally raising tigers and making tiger bone glue in Nghe An province, just 150 kilometers away from the border gate. Most Dien Chau’s traders don’t like tigers weighing 200 kilograms but prefer 100-120 kilograms. The tigers, after being fattened for one year, weigh 200-220 kilograms. At that time, the traders sell tigers for VND3-4 million per kilogram. Vietnamese traders from Dien Chau, Yen Thanh and Quynh Luu districts come to the farm to buy tigers. Thanh Lich Art book raises awareness of wildlife Kim Dong Publishing House on March 11 released a new book dedicated to wildlife, Chang Hoang Da – Gau (Wild Chang and Bear), the first volume in a series about wildlife protection. Eliminating wildlife markets amid Covid-19 is an uphill task as local officials neglect responsibility Over 1,500 cases of violations of laws on wildlife protection were discovered within the 2013-2017 period.
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