Tiger cub found in luggage
When airport officials in Bangkok decided to X-ray a woman's luggage they were surprised to see a beating heart. It looked like the woman had a cat in her bag but in truth it was an endangered baby tiger. The 2-month-old cub had been drugged and put in her luggage with a number of toy tigers in an attempt to disguise it.
The cub is now in care of the department of national parks, wildlife and plant conservation. The woman, who was bound for Iran, is being interrogated to discover their final destination.
I'm sure most people reading this would like to find a real tiger among their stuffed tiger toys, but tigers are endangered mostly due to the trade in tiger parts and smuggling does nothing to help the threatened feline.