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A woman burns ceremonial paper to mark the Lantern Festival, the end of the Lunar New Year and Spring Festival holiday, in a souvenir shop at the Siberian Tiger Park in Haerbin, Heilongjiang Province, China.  The Siberian Tiger Park is described as a preserve to protect Siberian tigers from extinction through captive breeding.  Visitors to the park can purchase live chickens and other meat to throw to the tigers.  The Siberian tiger is also known as the Manchurian tiger.
A woman burns ceremonial paper to mark the Lantern Festival, the end of the Lunar New Year and Spring Festival holiday, in a souvenir shop at the Siberian Tiger Park in Haerbin, Heilongjiang Province, China. The Siberian Tiger Park is described as a preserve to protect Siberian tigers from extinction through captive breeding. Visitors to the park can purchase live chickens and other meat to throw to the tigers. The Siberian tiger is also known as the Manchurian tiger.
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