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Monday, 30 March 2015

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Thieves steal endangered tiger funds from Dalton zoo

CALLOUS thieves have stolen a donation box from Dalton zoo.

The South Lakes Wild Animal Park posted on its Facebook page that 'low life scum' had stolen the donation box from the tiger enclosure, during a conservation talk.

The post read: "Every now and again we come across the scum that inhabits our planet. They are the killers, the polluters the destroyers of forests... and closer to home the low life scum that steals donation boxes from the tiger enclosure wall when the conservation talk is going on.

"Today, a person who has no conscience did this to the wild Sumatran tigers that depend on those funds for life. If anyone has any information please let us know. The theft was witnessed but no one could stop the thief from escaping the park.

"We get a fortune's worth of cutlery stolen each year, even plates etc... but cash from the animal charity is a step below the scum line!"

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when caught feed them to the tigers !

Posted by tony on 25 February 2013 at 04:20

damn right those tigers are endangered.

Posted by Benson on 24 February 2013 at 22:13

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