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The statement said Wu, who worked for the Fuzhou Zoo, had raised the tiger since it was a cub, and that it had been domesticated through long-term interaction with humans. Horrific footage taken by witnesses shows the cat standing over the lifeless trainer's body inside the cage, with someone yelling: "Call the police!
In another clip, blurred by Chinese media, the tiger appears to claw at the handler while other staff members frantically try driving the animal away from the man using a stick. Staff gained access to the victim, but there were no signs of life and he was declared dead by paramedics.
Fuzhou Zoo said the animal used to perform for visitors as part of an event outsourced to a circus from East China's Anhui Province. The shows had already been stopped prior to the incident, with all its lions already shipped away but the tigers are still awaiting approval to be moved. Last year a zoo caretaker was mauled to death by two white tiger cubs in southern Indian, just a week after he had taken the job.