Police sniffer dogs uncovered two tiger skeletons concealed in wooden speaker boxes at Prague airport, the Czech Environmental Inspection said. The skeletons were probably on their way to a country in Asia where they could fetch some 24,000 US dollars, according to the inspectors. The police are looking for the owners of the contraband, who could face up to three years in jail.
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