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Game and Fish officers search for missing tiger in New Mexico – Brospar Daily News

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is still searching for a missing tiger, which they believe is an illegal pet. Watch previous coverage of this story in the video player above. The department believes the tiger is under private control in New Mexico or a neighboring state. The tiger is believed to be less than a year old and weigh between 30 and 60 pounds. Earlier this week, the New Mexico Game and Fish, Albuquerque Police Department and New Mexico State Police issued search warrants for the missing tiger. When officers served the warrant, they found a large quantity of illegal drugs, several firearms and cash. Officials also found a 3-foot-long alligator that they believe was illegally owned. The department said illegally kept exotic animals are often in very poor condition due to a lack of proper care. It is illegal to possess or import wildlife or exotic species into New Mexico without the proper license. The missing tigers and crocodiles are classified as “group 4” species, meaning only zoos are allowed to have them. If you have any information on the extinct tiger, please contact the New Mexico Game and Fish Department at 1-800-432-4263 or click here.

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is still searching for a missing tiger, which they believe is an illegal pet.

Watch previous coverage of this story in the video player above.

The department believes the tiger is in private possession in New Mexico or a neighboring state. The tiger is believed to be less than a year old and weigh between 30 and 60 pounds.

Earlier this week, the New Mexico Game and Fish, Albuquerque Police Department and New Mexico State Police issued search warrants for the missing tiger. When officers served the warrant, they found a large quantity of illegal drugs, several firearms and cash. Officials also found a 3-foot-long alligator that they believe was illegally owned.

The department said illegally kept exotic animals are often in very poor condition due to a lack of proper care. It is illegal to possess or import wildlife or exotic species into New Mexico without the proper license. The missing tigers and crocodiles are classified as “group 4” species, meaning only zoos are allowed to have them.

If you have information about the missing tiger, please call 1-800-432-4263 or Click here.

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