Too late for these tigers!

At midnight August 11th, two tiger carcasses were discovered by police in a local restaurant in South Vietnam.


Aug13-tigers confiscated in Dong Nai province



The tigers had been trafficked from North to South Vietnam to make tiger bone medicine, a traditional treatment falsely believed to soothe numerous ailments including bone-related complaints.


Two traffickers were arrested and six other people involved are summoned for further investigation.


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