|In December 2014 three adult tigers went missing from the famed Tiger Temple in Thailand. According to information presented to National Geographic, these tigers may have become victims of the illegal wildlife trade, with the knowledge of the temple. This popular tourist destination presents itself as a sanctuary for wildlife, but conservationists and former temple insiders have uncovered evidence that tells a different story.
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PRODUCERS: Sharon Guynup and Steve Winter
VIDEOGRAPHERS: Steve Winter and Gabriella Garcia-Pardo
SENIOR PRODUCER: Edythe McNamee
PRODUCER/EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy
ADDITIONAL VIDEO AND PHOTOS: CEE4LIFE, Environmental Investigation Agency, International Tiger Coalition, Wildlife Protection Society of India, Sharon Guynup, and Steve Winter
Special Investigation: Famous Tiger Temple Accused of Supplying Black Market