Cambodia rescues tortoises, pythons
Molins de Rei stromectol dose poids Kandal – Cambodian authorities rescued more than half a ton of live tortoises and pythons stolen by smugglers, a forestry official said on Tuesday, the latest haul in a country with a thriving illegal wildlife trade.
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eu quero tanto namorar vc phut The rescued tortoises and pythons are now with a conservation group that will release them back into the wild.
The elongated tortoise is listed as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
It faces dire over-harvesting for food and Asia’s animal trade, which fuels a regional demand for exotic pets and traditional medicine.
Cambodia’s black market for trafficked wildlife is enabled by corrupt authorities and weak legislation in a country rich with biodiversity.