40 Dead Cubs Found In Freezer At Thailand’s Tiger Temple Accused Of Illegal Breeding And Trafficking






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Wildlife authorities recovered some 40 carcasses of tiger cubs  frozen from freezer in a kitchen area of the temple. Even though the purpose of them is not clear, some said that it could be because “they must be of some value for the temple to keep them.”

Also there is another view that it could be linked to the alleged trafficking as body parts of tiger are used in traditional Chinese medicine.
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The site in Kanchanaburi is a popular tourist attraction, but has been closed to the public since the raid.

The dead cubs “must be of some value for the temple”, Adisorn Nuchdamrong, from Thailand’s Department of National Parks, told Reuters news agency. “But for what is beyond me.”

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.
Source: indiatimes | 1





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