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Mon, 04 Dec 2017 16:33 - Updated Mon, 04 Dec 2017 16:33

Poaching activity drops in Bie

Cuito - The poaching activity has significantly decreased this year in central Bie province.

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The fact was confirmed Monday by head of division for supervision and technical services of Forestry Development Institute.

Speaking to Angop, Julião Costa said that the practice of hunting wild animals has significantly dropped.

He attributed the  decrease of the activity to the collection of weapons in possession of hunters.

He added that the move allows the animals to reproduce.

Poachers target mainly boar, wild goat, rabbit and deer, Julião Costas underlined.

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