Wildlife officials of Jalpaiguri’s Belacoba forest range seized 14-feet-long skin tiger skin and 110 pieces of bones including the skull of a fully matured Royal Bengal tiger. The team also apprehended two Bhutanese nationals, one of which is an ex-Army man. The police got the tip-off of transportation of wildlife particles to Kathmandu. The accused were taking the tiger skin and bones to Kathmandu where a person named Kumar Rai was going to sell the tiger skin for Rs 32 lakh.