Wildlife Investigations in Malaysia Between 2007 to 2010

in Environmental Threats

Between 2007 and 2010, authorities in Malaysia investigated an average of 3,500 wildlife trafficking cases each year. After the Wildlife Conservation Act of 2010 was enacted, the number of cases investigated dropped 80 percent, with 464 wildlife trafficking cases being investigated in 2011.

Source:  Joseph Sipalan, “Wildlife trafficking drops 80%,” The Star, March 15, 2012.

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