Wildlife authorities in Thailand have found the carcasses of 30 more tiger cubs at the country's infamous Tiger Temple, reported Bangkok Post. This comes a day after the officials recovered the bodies of 40 dead tiger cubs from a freezer at the temple. The latest findings include two tiger pelts and a large number of talismans made from the carcasses of the big cat, the report said.

The authorities had raided the temple to remove live animals, after receiving reports of wildlife trafficking in the temple premises. A dead boar and body parts of other animals were also found in the freezer, said Tom Taylor, a member of the Wildlife Friends Foundation, who was at the temple during the raid.

Wildlife officials are now investigating whether the carcasses were evidence of the temple’s involvement in illegal wildlife trafficking. The monks at the temple have not commented on the matter yet, BBC reported. The Buddhist monastery in Kanchanaburi, west of Bangkok, is a popular tourist attraction that offers visitors a chance to come in close contact with live tigers. It has been closed to the public since the raid.