Smuggled tiger is rescued from suitcase
A tiger cub has been rescued after being found hidden inside a suitcase of clothes and cuddly toys at Bangkok Airport in Thailand.
The animal had been given drugs to send it to sleep and stop making a noise.
A Thai woman was trying to board a plane to Iran when security staff noticed her extra large bag.
When they took an X-ray of it, they saw what they thought was a real animal inside. Wildlife officers were called in and they discovered the tiger cub.
The cub, which is thought to be three months old, is now being cared for at a rescue centre.
Officials are now trying to work out whether the cub is a wild cat or if it was bred in captivity.
Campaigners have called for tougher punishments to stop other people trying to smuggle animals like this.