Task force makes life hard for poachers

Caught in the act: A suspected poacher caught on camera in Ulu Segama Malua Forest Reserve, Lahad Datu. (Inset) The sambar deer and barking deer carcasses.

KOTA KINABALU: Authorities in Sabah are breathing down the necks of poachers, with some being caught recently and jailed up to three years.

Various efforts have been drawn up to trace and catch offenders including the setting up of anti-poaching task force by the World Wide Fund (WWF) Malaysia.

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