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It's creating a war with customers and critics of -- a predator make you feel -- a predator got there.
Surprisingly -- Patients alike benefit and and the pictures a little bit like -- why is neat is the latest item to land on the menu at south campus taco fusion.
Our whole thought process of bringing the exotic -- to the Tampa Bay Area was to give people an opportunity to try.
Different things that they normally wouldn't get to try.
The days isn't for the faint of heart when it comes your taste buds or your wallet -- -- the -- costs about 220.
Dollars one taco set you back 35 dollars.
The restaurant called this exotic.
Animal activists say it's exploitation.
I think it's appalling I think you know that we is as a society have to define you know we consider morally and ethically acceptable.
Tampa's big cat rescue says -- lines aren't endangered.
They are protected as well as other animals they say the exotic meat industry is booming and the USDA.
Still hasn't caught up.
Nobody's really tracking this sort of the assumption is that most of the line mean is actually a lot of it's coming out of -- -- There's meat vendors that are not USDA regulated as some of these facilities -- like you to believe.
Taco fusion says they get lions meet -- major -- right here in the US and as long as it's safe.
And legal -- keep it on the menu.
If you don't like it change the channel as it was say you know on TV show and I think that you know we have as much right.
For everybody -- and be able to try it as you have as much right to tell us that you don't like it.
Certainly we think this is crossing all boundaries when you're exploiting simply for -- and profit.
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