Protect Unit helps Sabah combat poaching and wildlife crimes | New Straits Times

KOTA KINABALU: The Protect Unit has enhanced the enforcement capabilities of the Sabah Forestry Department in fighting wildlife poaching and trafficking in the state.

Wildlife, Poaching

21/1/2022 6:12:00 AM

NSTnation The Protect Unit has enhanced the enforcement capabilities of the Sabah Forestry Department in fighting wildlife poaching and trafficking in the state. Wildlife Poaching Sabah Forestry

KOTA KINABALU: The Protect Unit has enhanced the enforcement capabilities of the Sabah Forestry Department in fighting wildlife poaching and trafficking in the state.

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