Tiger Photo Forger Caged for Fauxtogrph

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The Xunyang County People's Court fined Zhou Zhenglong 2,000 yuan (about 292 U.S. dollars) while sentencing him to prison for 2 1/2 years.

OMG wrote, “Zhou Zhenglong, the farmer who shocked the country with his fake photo of the endangered South China tiger, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison on Saturday in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province.”

Also see: Man Jailed For Tiger Pics

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The last wild South China tiger sighting was recorded in 1964

Fauxtographer will spend 2 1/2 years in prison

The culprit is caught lying on video footage that was shown during his trial.

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Photo Forger Caged for Faking Tiger Fauxtograph

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