Ever wonder what happens to the tigers killed by poachers in India and Nepal?  In some cases their bones are steeped in distilled spirits in China to produce an elixir that’s as incomprehensible to Westerners as it is revered by devotees of traditional Chinese medicine: tiger bone wine.
   At a secret factory in China, a reporter for the South China Morning Post found 600 tiger skeletons soaking in alcohol to produce 200,000 bottles of wine.



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