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Monday, 14 August 2023

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SEVERAL pieces of evidence related to crimes against protected wildlife are destroyed by being burned at the North Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) office in Medan, August 10. The evidence resulted from law enforcement operations conducted by the North Sumatra BKSDA and Environment and Forestry Law Enforcement Center during the 2015-2022 period. It includes 46 Sumatran tiger skins, one Sumatran tiger offset, one hornbill offset, five deer horn offsets, five hawksbill turtle shell offsets, 15.5 kilograms of pangolin scales, 317 drum snake skins, and 38 reticulated python skins. ANTARA/Fransisco Carolio

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