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WorldTiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam

04:05  06 june  2019
04:05  06 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Animal had torn off his right arm and left hand at zoo where he once worked. Tigers can be kept as pets legitimately in Vietnam and their body parts Vo Thanh Quoi, 49, was found next to the tiger ' s cage at the Zoo in the Southern Binh Duong province on Tuesday. Speaking from a hospital bed

A tiger kept in a private zoo in Vietnam ripped off the hand and arm of a former employee, a local official said Wednesday. Speaking from a hospital bed in a video published by state-run Tuoi Tre news, Quoi said the tiger bit his hand and went for the other one when he tried to rescue the first.

Tiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited It is the second recorded tiger attack in three years in the province, where several farms raise the animals as pets (file picture) A man has had his right arm and his left hand torn off by a tiger kept at a private zoo where he used to work in Vietnam.

Vo Thanh Quoi, 49, was found next to the tiger's cage at the zoo in the Southern Binh Duong province on Tuesday.

Speaking from a hospital bed, Quoi said the tiger bit his hand and went for the other one when he tried to rescue the first. It was not clear what prompted the attack.

Tiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam
Tiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam
Tiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam

A doctor at the hospital said the tiger took off Quoi's left hand, wrist and most of his right arm.

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A boy' s hand was ripped off by a tiger after he climbed into a restricted area and stroked the animal The victim' s three-year-old brother is believed to have witnessed the attack at the zoo in Cascavel ' I finished looking at the animals, left , then heard the screams. '' I ' m going to die, I can't feel my arm '

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But the bleeding was stopped and 'the critical period is over,' doctor Nguyen Tan Hung told local media.

It is the second recorded tiger attack in three years in the province, where several farms raise the animals as pets.

Tiger rips off a man's right arm and his left hand at private zoo in Vietnam© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited With official permission, raising tigers as pets is legal in Vietnam, and there are an estimated 240 kept in homes and zoos across the country according to Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) conservation group.

Vietnam is better known for its consumption of tiger remains in traditional medicine, as well as the use of tigers' teeth and claws for jewellery.

Their bones are commonly boiled down and mixed with rice wine to make an elixir believed to treat arthritis and promote strength, which scientists have disputed.

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