Mexican authorities searching an abandoned house were left stunned when they discovered a Bengal tiger locked in a cage. When Police officers were searching a property in Guerrero, Mexico, they found the endangered big cat.
Police officers, who found the endangered animal after a tip-off from a member of the public, say it is a “complete mystery” how the tiger got there.
They were searching a property in the municipality of Chilapa de Alvarez, in the state of Guerrero, when they heard a strange noise.
The female tiger was found inside a locked room and police suspect it was illegally owned.
Police spokesman Leonidas Bueno Escamilla said the big cat was in a “good condition”.
The animal was taken to a Zoo in the city of Chilpancingo, capital of the state of Guerrero.
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