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Poaching, Wildlife

17/1/2022 7:15:00 PM

NSTletters A maximum fine of RM1 million reflects the seriousness of Malaysia's poaching crisis. wildlife animals conservation wildlifetrade

It was a decade in which Malaysia experienced significant wildlife losses, witnessed huge seizures, saw the rise of online wildlife crimes and experienced a crisis so great that it brought multiple agencies together to crack down on poaching and illegal wildlife trade .

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