These animal snares are both cruel and criminal


A sun bear in agony after being caught in a snare. If you see these torturous traps, call the Wildlife Department hotline (1-800-88-5151) or the MyCAT hotline (019-356 4194). - Photo: Perhilitan

Torture waits in the jungle for animals, waiting to chew off limbs or inflict a slow, painful death.

Wiew snares or traps don’t care. They don't discern what they catch.

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