Day: December 16, 2020

KON TUM: DETECTIVE A CAR TRANSPORT WILD ANIMALS MEAT

64 Kilogram of wild animal meat was found when the police investigated a car. The diver wasn’t unable to present the legal document to prove the meat’s origin. December 7th, at night, at Dak Xu commune, Ngoc Hoi district, Kon Tum province, The Kon Tum Province Traffic police unit conducted car administrative check with driver…

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DETECTIVE TIGER LIQUOR WHILE ELIMINATE A GAMBLING BASE

On the night of December 12th, Dong Nai Province Police successfully wiped out a gambling base, seized nearly 400 million VND, 21 suspects from many different provinces and detected 2 rare animals which one is used as liquor and one is captivated. According to the report, at 3:45 PM the same day, dozens of the…

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POACHING AT CU LAO CHAM RESERVE PARK

Cu Lao Cham Marine Park of Quang Nam province is known as a global Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO with 70% biodiversity jungle full of different species and plants. Despite that, the poaching rate in this special-use forest is increasing alarmingly. The management board of Cham Island has been coordinating with Tan Hiep Commune The People’s…

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WILDLIFE SMUGGLING FROM DAK LAK TO HANOI BY BUS

December 8, Ninh Binh Province Police made arrests in a wildlife trafficking and smuggling case, which was taking animals from Dak Lak to be eaten in Hanoi. According to Ninh Binh Province Police, at 8:10 AM on December 6 on Tran Nhan Tong street, a Patrol unit of Ninh Binh Traffic Department stopped the bus…

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WILDLIFE PURCHASING FLOURISHES ON SOCIAL MEDIAS

More and more illegal wildlife purchasing cases are leading to arrests. Meanwhile, wildlife trade is extremely active on social media and quite public. This shows the wildly increasing wildlife violations rate. Sophisticated tricks On November 18, Tà Cạ Commune Police (Ky Son district) detected Lau Ba Da (25, of Mường Típ commune) trying to sell…

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CAT BA NATIONAL PARK IS FILLED WITH SNARES

Although they live in a protected area, animals here still are dealing with life-threatening snares every day and some rare animals could be facing extinction. November, when the dry season starts, is also the time when poachers are active in Cat Ba National Park. Taking advantage of the time animals goes hunting for winter, these…

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