Harry and his friends attempt to infiltrate a luxury cruise ship to rescue Ai. However, a trap had been laid and they are captured. Helplessly, they are forced to watch as Ai, under the influence of a strong aphrodisiac, is gang-raped before a crowd of spectators.

Which animals give milk?

World milk production is almost entirely derived from cattle, buffaloes, goats, sheep and camels.
Other less common milk animals are yaks, horses, reindeers and donkeys.
The presence and importance of each species varies significantly among regions and countries.
The key elements that determine the dairy species kept are feed, water and climate.
Other factors that may influence the presence of a dairy species are market demand, dietary traditions and the socio-economic characteristics of individual households (e.g., poorer families tend to rely more on small ruminants). Although cattle are kept in a wide range of environments, other dairy species make dairying possible in adverse environments that often cannot support any other type of agricultural production.
Sheep allow milk production in semi-arid regions around the Mediterranean, goats in regions with poor soils in Africa, horses in the steppes of Central Asia, camels in arid lands, buffaloes in wet tropical regions, and yaks in high mountainous areas such as the Tibetan Plateau. In developing countries, milk producing animals are often raised in subsistence and smallholder systems.
These animals are usually multi-purpose and grow and produce under difficult conditions, such as low inputs, minimum management and harsh environments.
They are well adapted to local conditions, but have low genetic potential for milk production.