Newsroom24x7 Staff Bangkok: After nearly 10 years of investigative work by Cee4life, and two scathing reports on the illegal wildlife trade and other crimes in the Tiger Tiger here, we can now confirm that ALL Tiger Temple Tigers wil be removed rapidly from Tiger Temple. The exercise to relocate the Tigers begins today. Cee4life said
Lalit Shastri Within days of the release of the Tiger Temple Report by Cee4life that concludes with evidence that the Tiger Temple is conducting illegal international wildlife trade ever since its inception and holds it guilty of multiple animal abuse acts, Sybelle Foxcroft, the founder of the Conservation group behind the expose has been haunted
Newsroom24x7 Staff Melbourne/Bangkok/New Delhi: After nine years of investigations, Cee4Life has delivered the “Tiger Temple Report” to the Forestry Department, Department of National Parks, Wildlife Crime Unit, and other authorities in Thailand in December 2015. Public Release of the Tiger Temple report has been delayed until January 2016 due to “timing” issues. This report is
Newsroom24x7 Desk Once upon a time, nearly 16 years ago, screams a Cee4life post on facebook, a myth was born that would fool gullible people, intelligent people, professional people, animal loving people etc from all over the world. The myth, according to Cee4life, was “the rescue of injured and orphaned Tiger cubs, by Monks in
Newsroom Desk New Delhi: There is so much heat and dust over the manner in which Ustad, the magnificent tiger from Ranthambore in Rajasthan in India was convicted for homicide, branded as man-eater and shifted at breakneck speed by the forest authorities from the Ranthambore National Park to Sajjangarh zoo after a forest guard was attacked
Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: Sybelle Foxcroft, founder Director at Cee4life, has sent a proposal to the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) in India to undertake the building of a special sanctuary, one that is humane and one where dangerous Tigers can live without the fear of predating on humans, or revenge attacks on them. Cee4life, an
Sybelle Foxcroft An Indian Bengal Tiger named Ustad (T24), who lived in Ranthambhore National Park and is being held responsible for killing a forest guard on 8 May, another in 2012, and said to have killed 2 villagers who ventured into his territory, has been moved 400 km away to a sanctuary where it was
Newsroom24x7 Desk This news is based on Cee4life statement regarding the raids and confiscations of illegally kept animals on the premises of Tiger Temple at Kanchanaburi in Thailand, followed by the further recent revelations of the Tiger Temple Veterinarian of 15 years regarding the disappearance of 3 Tigers, Dao Nau, Facram 3 and Happy 2.