Police, military in wildlife trade: Conservationists
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM ENDANGERED: A Sumatran tiger wanders around at the National Safari Park in Bogor, West Java. The park is home to many endangered animals, including a pair of Sumatran tigers. It also functions as a breeding center for endangered species. (JP/P.J.Leo) Non-governmental organizations have accused the police and military of systematic involvement in illegal trading of endangered species in nor...
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