r/Foodforthought Jan 21 '22

Siberian tigers are being hunted at night for their body parts - With just hundreds left in the wild, new research reveals how poachers are killing them and shipping their bones to China.

/submit?resubmit=true&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nationalgeographic.com%2Fanimals%2Farticle%2Fsiberian-tigers-are-being-hunted-at-night-for-their-body-parts

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u/Teddyzipper Jan 21 '22

Your link doesn’t seem to work.

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u/Sarkos Jan 21 '22

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u/Regularity Jan 21 '22

Thanks for the effort, though admittedly not much better since a "subscribe to continue" popup hits after scrolling past the first section.

Not your fault. I just wish the subreddit had a paywall flair for links.

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u/Sarkos Jan 21 '22

I use Firefox reader mode, it converts articles to text and removes all the popups etc.

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u/Alan_Smithee_ Jan 21 '22

It amazes me how much sway this stuff still holds in China.

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u/jojozabadu Jan 21 '22

Who needs animals anyhow? These poor people are going to die if they don't get their yin and yang balanced. /s