A zoo has attempted to pass off a dog as a lion to its visitors in China, in an extraordinary incident being reported by Chinese state media.

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Visitors to the zoo have been left angered after the fraudulent act was revealed.

The revelation came after a visitor, surnamed Liu, reported to the state-run Beijing Youth Daily that she had found out the lion at the zoo was really a dog. She had visited the zoo with her son and had gone to the cage marked 'African lion.' However, they were left stunned when the so-called lion started barking at them.

A pet dog sits on a front desk at Hatanodai Indoor Fishing, an indoor fishing facility which was converted from an old bathhouse that went out of business, in Tokyo, Japan. China has about 440,000 postgraduate student teachers and 12,000 master's degree awarding centers, with more than 2,000 of the centers established in recent years, according to Weng. A zoo in China thought they could get away with labelling a Tibetan mastiff as an 'African Lion'. To be fair, the Tibetan mastiff is a rather large dog, with long hair and a lion-like mane. It kind-of looks like a lion. Too bad it barks though, which is what gave it away in the end. Required Cookies & Technologies. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions. Use finger at first, then follow with a pencil (or laminate the worksheet for use with a dry-wipe pen). Dog Finger Tracing Colour in the picture of the dog, and learn to write the word by tracing first with the finger, then with a pencil.

It has been determined that the fake lion was in fact a Tibetan mastiff - a large, hairy breed of dog. Liu told the Chinese publication: 'The zoo is absolutely trying to cheat us. They are trying to disguise dogs as lions.'

It was later found out that various other animals in the zoo were also fraudulently labeled. Enabling adventure. One cage labeled as containing wolves also contained a dog, and a so-called leopard also turned out to be a white fox.

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A zoo spokesperson has commented that the animals were 'substituted' for various reasons, but they would be returned to their rightful places soon, according to CNN.

More specifically the spokesperson explained that the lion and leopard had been switched as they were taken for breeding purposes. However, the zoo spokesperson failed to satisfactorily explain why fake animals replaced those that had been taken out, simply saying that the dog had been placed in the lion's cage 'due to safety concerns.'

'We're not doing it out of shortage of funds,' the spokesperson also insisted.

Here is a video news report into the China zoo incident where officials attempted to pass off a dog as an African lion:

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The enrollment of master's degree students in China is likely to increase by 189,000 this year, said Vice Education Minister Weng Tiehui Friday.

'Meanwhile, the country's bachelor's degree programs will strive to admit an additional 322,000 junior college students in 2020 compared with the figure last year,' Weng told reporters at a press conference.

The expansion has taken into account the needs of economic and social development, financial support capabilities and conditions of higher education institutions in China, she noted.

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China has about 440,000 postgraduate student teachers and 12,000 master's degree awarding centers, with more than 2,000 of the centers established in recent years, according to Weng.

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