A dead tiger cub is held up by a Thai official after authorities found 40 tiger carcasses during a raid.
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Thai wildlife authorities found 40 tiger cub carcasses in a freezer in Thailand's infamous Tiger Temple Wednesday as they removed live animals in response to international pressure over suspected trafficking and abuse.The temple has been investigated for suspected links to wildlife trafficking and abuse.Officials wearing protective masks displayed the bodies of the cubs to media at the temple.The temple said in a comment on its Facebook page that wildlife authorities had already been aware that the carcasses were in the freezer. Officials have moved 61 live tigers from the temple since Monday, Adisorn said, with another 76 still there.
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