Freezed tiger cubs recovered from a temple in Thailand

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Published on: 1 Jun 2016 12:12 PM GMT
Freezed tiger cubs recovered from a temple in Thailand
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Bangkok: The wildlife officials have found 40 dead tiger cubs in a freezer at a Thai Bhuddhist temple accused of wildlife trafficking.

The officials started the search operation on Monday and they removed all the living tigers from the tiger temple.

The tiger temple at Kanchanaburi is a famous tourist destination and was closed for the public during the raid.

  • It was yet not clear that how long the tiger cubs have been dead, said and official.
  • The bones of tiger are used in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • Body parts of other animals were also found from the refigrator in temple.
  • Dozens of living tigers have already been removed, out of 137 at the temple. The 1,000-strong police operation is due to continue all week.

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