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More than half of the 147 tigers have been seized by the Tiger Temple, a tourist attraction where visitors could take selfies with the big cats, in captivity, have been killed in the past three years, local media reported.
The Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua or the Tiger Temple, which is situated to the west of Bangkok, which was promoted as a wildlife sanctuary that is charged from the visitors for permission to interact with the animals.
However, it was only three years ago, the government removed the 147 tigers, after it was linked to the wildlife trade.
The buddhist monks of the tiger at the facility.
(Getty Images – Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua Temple, File)
The search and rescue for the tigers to two state-run shrines, where many are found to be at risk of contracting canine distemper virus, Sky News reported.
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“When we were small, we began to notice that she had no immune system due to inbreeding,” the deputy director-general Prakit Vongsrivattanakul of Thailand’s department of national parks, wildlife and plant conservation (DNP), told the public broadcaster MCOT. “We have dealt with them, and if the symptoms came from,” he added.
Prakit does not give a number for exactly how many of the tigers were killed, while Thai PBS has reported that the numbers are 86 of the 147 seized the animals, most of which were of the Siberian race.
A lot of the tigers have been dropping dead one by one in May 2016, the Bangkok Post reported.
The tiger temple has been promoted as a wildlife sanctuary, but that it was being investigated as a result of the distrust of the government with regard to the links to cruelty to animals, and animals in the wild, the trafficking of human beings.
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Many of the monks were accused of illegal breeding of tigers, as the visitors gave in to the fact that some of the tigers appeared to be under the influence of drugs, Sky News reported. In the temple, and denied allegations of abuse, exploitation and trafficking in human beings.
During the raid, three years ago, Local officials have reported a 40 to the dead guy in the freezer, along with about 20 jars filled with baby tigers, and other organs. One monk was reported to have attempted to escape from the temple, is a truck with more than 700 bottles of tiger skin, teeth and hidden in a suitcase.
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“I’m just so shocked,” Teunchai Noochdumrong, who is the director of the government’s wildlife conservation office, said it will be covered by 2016. “We’ve all heard the concerns raised and allegations made about the temple. I would never have thought they would be so blatant.”
The Siberian tiger is the largest of the tigers, and it is considered to be an endangered species, the threats to the survival include poaching, loss of habitat, experts said.