Authorities weed out poachers at Tabin Wildlife Reserve


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  • Monday, 25 Nov 2019

Snares and other traps found by enforcement officials and wildlife rangers during Ops Khazanah.

KOTA KINABALU: A week-long crackdown by authorities at Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Lahad Datu, revealed the reserve to be a hotbed for poaching, says Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga.

He said this was discovered during the crackdown, dubbed Ops Khazanah, where over 62 snares, 51 bullets and broken pieces of firearms were found.

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