No real freedom for tigers saved from traffickers


Talks on measures to stop the trade in endangered species are reaching a conclusion in Bangkok.

The city is one of the world's centres for the illegal trade in exotic animals.

Fifteen thousand live animals have been seized there in the last year.

However, being saved from the traffickers does not always mean freedom, as Jonah Fisher reports.

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