Watch: Stuffed Tiger and Other Wildlife Contraband Burned | National Geographic

To help fight the illegal trade of wildlife products, Indonesian authorities burned and crushed confiscated contraband in the city of Medan, North Sumatra.
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A stuffed tiger, several sea turtles, 28 python skins, and two pieces of ivory were among the items destroyed. The high-value evidence was destroyed as a way to ensure it doesn't make its way back onto the black market. It also helps raise awareness of the general public.

Read: "Watch Wildlife Crime Evidence Go Up in Flames to Protect Species."
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/01/wildlife-watch-indonesia-wildlife-crime-burn

Watch: Stuffed Tiger and Other Wildlife Contraband Burned | National Geographic
https://youtu.be/hT0DcyCvTA8

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