A zoo in Taiwan could be hit in the wallet for breeding two of their most dangerous animals. The “Daily Telegraph” is reporting that the World Snake King Education Farm could be fined more than 15-hundred dollars for breeding a lion and a tiger. The zoo welcomed three liger cubs, although one died almost immediately. Officials seized the two remaining cubs and placed them in a home for wild animals. Taiwan’s Council of Agriculture says the zoo violated the law by breeding wildlife without their approval. The zoo’s owner, Huang Kuo-nan, says his tiger and his lion have been living together for more than six years, and never appeared interested in breeding. He remarks, quote, “What else can I do? I respect the decision, but I hope the two cubs can be taken good care of.”

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