Thu, 26 Sep 2013 16:15 - Updated Thu, 26 Sep 2013 16:15
Yona National Park with supervising tools
The municipal administrator of Tômbwa, João Guerra de Freitas, said on Wednesday, in this city that the National Park of Yona has new means for focalization to patrol the area .
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Forest Guards with new working means
Speaking to Angop, the official said that the means are four wheel motorbikes, walk talkies and Telephones.
“According to the municipal administrator, 20 new supervising staff will be employed in order to reinforce the five existing employees.”!
“With this means we will improve the supervision in the three entry gates of the National Park, thus, it will reduce the wild hunting of elephants, zebra, black and white Rinoceronte, among other species,” He added.
Last Wednesday, the fiscal staff have arrested illegal hunters, thus, they have confiscated their hunting guns and the hunted animals
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