Illegal wildlife farm in Sibu busted


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  • Thursday, 17 Oct 2019

To safety: SFC officers rescued some two dozen endangered animals from an illegal wildlife farm in Sibu.

MIRI: In yet another wildlife rescue, enforcement officers moved in on a farm located in the Sibu district and seized some two dozen mammals, birds and crocodiles.

The raid was carried out last week by officers from the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) enforcement unit at a plot of private land on the outskirts of Sibu that had been turned into an illegal wildlife farm.

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