ProFauna, police bust illegal wildlife trade syndicate
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The wildlife protection group ProFauna Indonesia and the East Java Police have joined forces to bust an illegal wildlife trade valued at billions of rupiah by an international syndicate based in Surabaya. Endangered animals seized in the bust include 26 black-capped lories, sulphur-crested cockatoos and Tanimbar corellas. Police also arrested a suspect identified only as Sup. ...
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