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Meet Kenny, An Inbred White Tiger

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Kenny is a white tiger ‘selectively’ inbred while in captivity in the United States. As zoo’s and exotic pet stores have increased the demand for white tigers, breeders have attempted to recreate the ideal white tiger — large snout, blue eyes, white fur — through relying on a limited pool of captive white tigers. The result? An astoundingly high rate of deformities and health issues. For example, Kenny is mentally retarded and has significant physical limitations.

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A retarded tiger. What could possibly go wrong?

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From Cincinnati right?

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Horrible. I'm ashamed to be part of the human race.

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WTF is wrong with people???? Like LIAG I'm ashamed as well these people need to be locked up.

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