(Bangkok)-- Today, Thai authorities confirmed the arrest of 3 suspects linked to the trafficking of
tigers and other endangered species following an undercover operation that ended yesterday in
Officers from the Royal Thai Police and Department of National Parks collaborated, with support
from Freeland, to identify suspects possessing and offering to sell skins of tigers, leopards, clouded
leopards, and other endangered species. Undercover buyers lured the suspects to a location in
Kanchanaburi province where the arrest of 4 men and seizure of wildlife body parts was made
during the morning of Tuesday February 15 (yesterday).
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