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Zoo Owner Tells Visitors to Hit Baby Tigers on The Nose

Telling visitors that this is “what [a] pissed off [baby tiger] looks like,” Tim Stark, owner of a Charlestown roadside zoo called Wildlife in Need, was caught on video holding an agitated tiger cub by the nape of the neck, hitting the cub after the struggling animal tried to bite him, and dropping the cub onto a guest’s lap. Stark also tells visitors who want to interact with the baby tigers to hit their nose if they get too “rowdy.”

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