Tiger found dead near I-35 on Christmas

By DAVID SCHECHTER / WFAA-TV

DALLAS – Sanitation crews in Dallas made a shocking discovery after they received a call about a dead animal on Christmas Eve.

An adult tiger was found dead when the crews searched a wooded area near Interstate 35E and Overton Road. A city spokesperson said the tiger has been shot several times.

The animal, which was declawed and wearing a collar, was taken to the Dallas Zoo.

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and the United States Department of Agriculture are investigating the incident and searching for the owner of the tiger.

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