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Tiger Bone Wine Uncovered By Chinese Journalists (VIDEO)

Chinese state journalists at CCTV have uncovered wine that's said to be made from endangered tigers at the Northeast Tiger Exhibition Centre, Reuters reported. They used hidden cameras to film inside and discovered the wine, which is traditionally thought be be good for virility, rheumatism and arthritis.

The journalists also found a tank full of liquid and bones, which workers at the center could not explain, Reuters reported. Government officials from the animal protected bureau said they would investigate whether the bones are from tigers.

This report comes on the heels of news that 11 Siberian tigers had died at Shenyang zoo due to starvation.

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