Heartbreaking photo shows tiger cubs in Vietnam frozen so they can be sold to make glue

A shocking photo showing tiger cubs frozen to make glue has been released by Police in Vietnam.

The photo shows four curled-up baby tigers laid out on a sheet of plastic. According to The Daily Mail, the cubs were bought by a wildlife trafficker from a market at the border of Vietnam and Laos.

He planned to sell them for around $500 after looking for buyer on Facebook.

The glue which the cubs will be used to make is believed to contain healing qualities.

It is made from the meat, skin, claws and bone from the frozen animals.