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Mondulkiri: Three days of wildlife release from wildlife officials after three days Confiscate from perpetrators, which include burglars and potholes.

On June 7, 2020, Provincial Department of Environment officials said that on June 7, 2020, the Ministry of Environment's wildlife sanctuary WWF-province cooperates with teenage hunter after being given care and treatment Two days by a veterinarian, while one of the scoundrels was extremely weak and under pressure, causing stress levels. High (myopathy).

The shark was found by villagers living in a community protected area in Phum Chrey commune, Pech Chrey district Worried, Annette also contacted military officials for rescue and medical care.

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According to the results of the examination and analysis by veterinary officials, the shark was very dehydrated and had The stress levels were high but there were no injuries. Therefore, the experts provide food and water as well as the necessary medical treatment by regular health and care monitoring for two years Days until experts confirm that the shark is in good health and able to return to the wild. WWF officials and experts are no longer returning to their homes.

Separately, on June 8, 2020, the Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Administration officer of the Provincial Department of Environment released a yellow cheek. Natural Wildlife Sanctuary after two days of primary relief and healthcare. On June 3, 2020, Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary officials advised people not to feed wildlife. And got a yellow cheekbone from people in Thmey village, Sre Preah commune, Keo Seima district for health care and no longer going in In the wild.

The yellow-cheeked mammals belong to the rare species of English
The Yellow-cheeked Gibbon was identified in the first Annex of the CITES Convention and is also listed in the Union Red List International Conservation of Natural Resources (IUCN) because they are endangered and are also facing human poaching and poaching. Missing shelter. Therefore, let's work together to preserve and sustain natural and sustainable wildlife.

One panda was rescued by hunting officials from Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary. Primary health and releasing it back into the wild on the night of June 9, 2020 at a dense forest in the sanctuary. Keo Seima Wildlife. The Pelican is a rare and endangered mammal in the Sunda Pangolin, as defined in the Appendix 1 of the CITES Convention and has also been classified in the IUCN Red List of International Organizations for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Threatened and endangered.

Environmental officials call for action to combat habitat harassment, poaching and trapping and prevent wildlife trade All Categories ៕ (Edited by: Bopha)