A pair of tigers rescued from a German circus are settling into their new home in Lincolnshire
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Rescued tigers settle into park life

A pair of tigers who were hours away from being put down have been settling into their new life at a wildlife park in Lincolnshire.

Tango and Julia were brought to their new home, near Lincoln, after they were rescued from a German circus by Neil Mumby and his team at the Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park.

Park tiger handler Tony Butler said the animals get through 6kg of meat a day.

Sarah Corker reports.

  • 07 Apr 2014
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