Putin's tiger wanted in series of grisly goat murders

By Erik Crouch, November 26, 2014

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Three of Putin's Siberian tigers have now made their way from Russia into China, and they seem to be really letting loose in the Middle Kingdom: one of the tigers, named Ustin, is now the chief suspect in the deaths of two goats in North East China.

Two goats are confirmed to have been killed, and three more are still missing. The remains of the two dead goats featured fang-holes "the size of a human finger." 

First these cats cross the border without so much as a stamp on their passports, and now they're wreaking havoc on Chinese farmers' turf. No word yet if the farmers will be compensated for their losses.

As of last week, people were predicting that Putin's big cats would return to Siberia when nearby rivers get cold enough to freeze over, but now that they've tasted delicious Chinese goat meat, they may be shacking up here for good.

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