Bounty for Pygmy elephant's killers now at RM30k, thanks to UK-based NGO

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  • Tuesday, 01 Oct 2019

KOTA KINABALU: A United Kingdom-based international conservation group has upped the reward pool money to RM30,000 for information leading to the capture of poachers behind the merciless killing of a bull Borneo Pygmy elephant.

Orangutan Appeal founder Sue Sherward pledged RM10,000 to the RM20,000 already offered by the Sabah Wildlife Department and an anonymous citizen.

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