Thailand’s now infamous Tiger Temple has been accused of running an animal trafficking network and slaughterhouse, after the bodies of 40 dead tiger cubs were found on temple grounds. The Tiger Temple has long been the focus of controversy, with some claiming the tigers are drugged to be docile, and others saying unregulated breeding has set a dangerous precedent. How can we balance the desire for entertainment against the rights and needs of captive animals? We discuss this with Shruti Suresh, Senior Wildlife Campaigner from the Environmental Investigation Agency; and in Nottingham, Dr. Rob Lambert, Assistant Professor from the University of Nottingham. He’s a multi-disciplinary academic working in the fields of environmental history, tourism and the environment.
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