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Tiger Parts Seized in Chandrapur

19 March 2009
 
The Maharashtra State Forest Department, assisted by WPSI, yesterday, seized ten tiger claws and a suspected tiger ‘lucky’ bone and three molar teeth, in Bhadravati,Chandrapur District of Maharashtra. A resident of Kolsa, and two more people were arrested and one person is currently absconding.

Further articles seized today included   100 snares, three trophies, three antlers and half a kilo of Spotted Deer meat. WPSI provided the information leading to the seizure.
 
This is the sixth recorded seizure in and around Chandrapur District since January 2009. WPSI actively assisted the enforcement agencies for all six raids. 




 

 

 

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