Police in Thailand have confiscated 64 animals after raiding a restaurant suspected to have been involved in illegally trading wildlife.
Trading wildlife is illegal in Thailand, and two people were arrested at the restaurant, on the outskirts of Bangkok.
It was raided after tip-offs from local residents.
Police said they believe some of the animals would have been cooked, and the rest traded.
They estimated that the 64 animals could be worth around £10,000 if they were sold.