NGHE AN (VNS) — The Wild Animal Rescue Centre of Pu Mat National Park in the central province of Nghe An handed over two Indochinese tigers to the Ha Noi Centre for Wild Animal Rescue and Forest Protection yesterday.
The rescue centre in Pu Mat had cared for the cats since they were seized in an animal trafficking bust on June 13.
When they arrived at the centre, they were in a critical condition having been heavily sedated for transport.
The tigers were in a good condition now, and had being trained for reintroduction to the wild, according to Tran Xuan Cuong, deputy director of Pu Mat National Park. — VNS