2 traffickers arrested with 4 leopard skins
Wildlife Conservation has been immensely affected by COVID 19. Conservancies, Parks, Reserves, always relies on entry fees that visitors pay to manage their operations to protect wildlife.
Poaching has been an in thing since COVID 19 started, including rhinos poached in Botswana, South Africa and many other African Countries.
With fewer visitors and minimal incomes, reserves and parks have resorted to seeking donations from well-wishers in order to meet their obligations in protecting wildlife.
Senegal officials have arrested 2 poachers who were found with 4 leopard skins. Leopards are poached for their skin in order to make interior designs, attires, and other decoration reasons.
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