Endangered animals seized in Bangkok bust

Thai police find more than 1,000 wild animals, including 14 white lions, during raid of private farm.

    Thai police has discovered more than 1,000 wild animals including monkeys, tortoises and 14 white lions during a raid on a home in the capital Bangkok.

    Two Thai men, including the owner of a pet shop, were charged with illegal wildlife trading. If convicted they face up to four years in jail and a $1,300 fine.

    Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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