Rangers find camp the place poachers grilled the meat of two tigers

A group of park rangers patrolling in Thong Pha Phum National Park in Kanchanaburi close to the Thai-Burmese border adopted a smoke trail to uncover a camp of poachers. 5 suspects fled into the forest and the rangers have been left with the horrific sight of two Bengal tiger pelts strung up to dry while a campfire grill sizzled with the flesh of the tigers cooking on it.
The Protected Area Regional Office 3 released particulars right now after the patrol that occurred from January 8 to January 10 that was intended to curb forestry violations however tracked down the unlawful poachers after receiving a tip-off that a wildlife hunt had been planned along the border.
On the morning of January 9, at about 10 am, the rangers on patrol saw the black smoke of a campsite three or four kilometres from the Burmese border near Pilok brook and followed it till they saw 5 individuals sitting at a camp. But as they crept closer to catch the boys, dogs at the website began barking, alerting the lads on the campsite to the presence of the rangers and permitting them a chance to flee. The authorities gave chase however lost the men quickly, commenting that they appeared to know the trails of the forest very nicely.
At the camp although, the rangers found the carcass of a cow that they imagine was used as bait to lure within the 2 tigers, the flesh and pelts of which remained on the camp. They also found 4 looking weapons and numerous different objects left behind on the camp.
In a wierd twist, yesterday as officers had been going by way of all of the gadgets seized from the camp, they received a telephone name from a man who gave his name and requested that a shotgun taken from the scene be returned to him. He mentioned it belonged to a defence volunteer who he additionally named. Now Behind the scenes are in search of the man who made the decision and the defence volunteer he referenced in it along with anyone else involved in the poaching..