SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - Mexican Federal Police made a shocking discovery at the Tijuana Airport overnight.
They were searching for drugs Tuesday, when they found a tiger and black panther cub.
The animals were smuggled in separate packages that were shipped from Mexico City.
No word on their condition.
A pair of exotic cats a tiger and panther cub were confiscated at the Tijuana airport. We talk with Bobbi Brink at Lions Tigers and Bears about what might be happening to these cats @CBS8 pic.twitter.com/aJWQAH0uzQ— Shawn Styles (@ShawnNews8) March 22, 2018
Video courtesy: Mexican Federal Police.
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