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LAHAD DATU, 6 Jan 2017:
The Sabah Wildlife Department has offered a reward to those who can provide accurate information on the killing of two rare elephants by poachers for ivory near Segama River recently.
Assistant director Dr Sen Nathan said the department will give cash reward of RM10,000 to those who can give accurate information on the incident.
“The reward is for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the poachers.”
Members of the public with accurate information related the incident can contact the Sabah Wildlife Department at 013-5441980.
In December, Danau Girang Field Centre (DGFC) and Wildlife Protection Unit (WRU) found two wild bull elephants killed by poachers for ivory, near Sungai Segama in Kawag Forest Reserve.
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