Police Searched The Boot Of A Car And Found Dozens Of Animals Tied Up In Sacks

On April 26,43monkeys were saved on the border between Cambodia and Vietnam, reports The Dodo. The primates were being illegally transported in the boot of a car, tied up in sacks.

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The driver wasattempting to smuggle the animals intoVietnam when police raided the car.Hetried to drive off at first which led to a speedy car chase. The manthen jumped fromthe vehicle when hereached the border barrierand ran off into the forest.

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Chuon Phally, Major General of theTbong Khmom forces who wasin charge of the crackdown, told the newspaperKhmer Times:

The suspect was transporting these monkeys from a Cambodian region to Vietnam, where he intended to sell them.

The 43 primates were gently taken out of the sacks one by one from the boot of the car.All of them looked in good health despite the inhumane conditions of transportation.

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The monkeys have sincebeen given back to the Forest Administrative Department for the wildlife conservation.

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Illegal wildlife traffickingis a huge global issue which threatens the existence of many endangered species, particularly tigers, elephants and rhinos.Wildlife crime is an enormous business according to the WWF who estimatethat it runs into hundreds of millions of dollars.To find out more about the urgent threat of wildlife crime and to take a stand against it, take a look atWWF's anti-wildlife trade campaign.

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3/5/2016