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Dead tigers in Ratchaburi dissected but missing no parts

By The Nation

 

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Reporters were on Friday (September 20) shown the carcasses of 86 tigers that died recently from laryngeal tongue paralysis to dispel a rumour that some had been short of teeth, claws or even heads.

 

While the carcasses had been chopped into large parts and placed in formalin inside 200-litre containers to prevent decomposition, the animals were seen to be missing no heads or extremities.

 

Sompoj Maneerat of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation led the grim tour of a facility in Ratchaburi province where the bodies are temporarily being stored.

 

The tigers, mostly Siberians, were among 147 being kept at two Ratchaburi wildlife breeding stations as living evidence in an ongoing animal-trafficking case after their seizure from a forest monastery in Kanchanaburi three years ago.

 

The rest are still alive and well.

 

Banphot Maleehuan, head of the Khao Prathap Chang breeding station, confirmed for reporters the circumstances of the 86 tigers’ deaths and said the rest had been vaccinated and were well cared for.

 

He said 54 tigers at his station had died, leaving 31 survivors, while 32 died at the Khao Son breeding station, where 30 remain.

 

Laryngeal tongue paralysis, a nerve disorder that can also affect humans, can in some cases restrict breathing and the ability to swallow food.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30376498

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2019-09-20

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 die whilst under supervision of visiting japanese whalers...

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corrupt and incompetent thai authorities were able to confiscate and relocate those 147 tigers from kanchanaburi tiger temple, where population from 7 species within 10 years, to killing the majority of them by negligence just in 3 years.

well done for vaccination program for endangered animals

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"No missing parts".... yet....

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18 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Dead tigers in Ratchaburi dissected but missing no parts

Chinese visitors to Kanchanaburi unexpectedly rises during the month of September?

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On 9/20/2019 at 12:05 PM, snoop1130 said:

While the carcasses had been chopped into large parts and placed in formalin inside 200-litre containers to prevent decomposition, the animals were seen to be missing no heads or extremities.

And which independent person removed the chopped up carcasses and reassembled them

Into complete animals to verify that all animals were complete? Were they all tigers or were some tigresses to assure an accurate testicle count? If not, it's a whole new ball game😀😀

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die whilst under supervision of visiting japanese whalers... scientific researchers [PC]

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On 9/22/2019 at 12:23 AM, PETERTHEEATER said:

And which independent person removed the chopped up carcasses and reassembled them

Into complete animals to verify that all animals were complete? Were they all tigers or were some tigresses to assure an accurate testicle count? If not, it's a whole new ball game😀😀

 

Skip to 3:30 for that start of the checking

 

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here is a witness report from this event.

Julianne lives in the tiger temple for 10 years. Still taking care of hundreds of animals which authorities didn't confiscate

 

 

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