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More animals removed from controversial Tiger Temple

Jan 19. 2017
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By The Nation

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Parks officials on Thursday mobilised staff from the Protected Areas Regional Office 3 to catch protected and endangered animals left at the Tiger Temple in Kanchanburi province.

The animals were left over from the last animal seizure at the controversial temple mid last year, and they will be moved to other wildlife breeding operations in nearby provinces for better care.

In the previous seizure, the animals were deemed to be confiscated assets. That operation was led by former deputy director general Adisorn Nuchdamrong.

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