Tigers seized in Thailand
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Thai officials seize tigers from controversial temple

Wildlife authorities in Thailand have begun removing tigers from a Buddhist temple, after accusations of wildlife trafficking and animal abuse.

Three of the 137 tigers at the temple in Kanchanaburi province were moved on Monday in an operation involving around 1,000-personnel.

The monks deny all allegations.

  • 31 May 2016
  • From the section Asia
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