Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Law enforcement regarding the wildlife conservation is being strengthened in Nepal due to the establishment of proper institutional mechanism and good coordination between the concerned stakeholders. The police and other stakeholders have arrested more than 700 wildlife criminals in a year ending in February 2014. In one year, 1,200 grams of tiger bones, two rhino horns, a rhino toe, six pieces of leopard hide, 11 pieces of red panda hide, two guns, a rifle and four bullets were seized from the poachers.
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