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  • The Repatriation Ceremony of 14 Orangutans back to Indonesia by the Government of Thailand and the Government of Indonesia.
    The Repatriation Ceremony of 14 Orangutans back to Indonesia by the Government of Thailand and the Government of Indonesia.
    The Repatriation Ceremony of 14 Orangutans back to Indonesia by the Government of Thailand and the Government of Indonesia.
  • Swift Arrest on Tiger Poacher made by Thailand Police with the Help of Camera Traps
    Swift Arrest on Tiger Poacher made by Thailand Police with the Help of Camera Traps
    Thailand police have confiscated tiger skin and body parts at a police checkpoint in Mae Sot District inWestern Thailand.
  • Raid by Thailand Authorities Retrieves Endangered Animals
    Raid by Thailand Authorities Retrieves Endangered Animals
    Raid by Thailand Authorities Retrieves Endangered Animals
    Nong Khai, Thailand, 29th November 2015 On the morning of the 29th, various localofficial authorities launched a joint raidin which resulted in the custody of numerous endangered animals.
  • Thailand's forest rangers step up training in violent 'blood wood' war
    Thailand's forest rangers step up training in violent 'blood wood' war
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Multi Agency Enforcement Team makes arrest. Over hundreds of wildlife articles seized.

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A major arrest and shocking find of hundreds of taxidermy wildlife at 3 Jakarta houses by a multi agency enforcement team.

Seizure on Friday included tiger, leopard, bear, deer and birds of paradise.

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Thailand's forest rangers step up training in violent 'blood wood' war

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The forests of the Mekong region have become a battleground as rangers try to stop poachers from driving the Siamese
 rosewood tree to extinction

It’s dawn in Thailand’s Eastern forest, and the sound of combat boots echoes through the jungle mist at Ta Phraya national
park’s headquarters.

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On the 16th of December 2015, Suvarnabhumi Checkpoint

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On the 16th of December 2015, Suvarnabhumi Checkpoint

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