Wildlife enforcers raid restaurants with endangered animals on V-Day menu

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 20 Feb 2014

MALACCA: Plans by several restaurants to serve exotic dishes to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a town notorious for such eating habits fizzled out when wildlife enforcers raided the joints to seize numerous packets of near-extinct wildlife meat and several live species.

The enforcement officers from the National Parks and Wildlife Department (Perhilitan) raided the three premises in Machap Baru, about 7km from Alor Gajah, in a 5.45pm to 6.35pm operation on Feb 14.

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