Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo in Chongqing, China allows guests to get up and personal with lions, tigers and bears. Visitors are able to feed raw meat to the big cats, and apples to the bears from cages mounted on a truck.
To lure the animal predators in fresh meat is tied to the vehicle containing the visitors.
According to CCTV News, “the tourists were visibly scared and shaken when the animals jumped to grab their meals, coming too close to the bus.”
“We advise guests to watch their hands and keep them in the cage because the hungry tigers do not recognize the difference between humans and food given for breakfast,” said Chan Liang, spokesman for the zoo.
It is so popular that tickets are sold out for the next three months.